Photos from EAA AirVenture 2010: The Journey to Oshkosh

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AVweb's AirVenture intern Adam Cutler was among the first folks to arrive at the show. Adam made the journey this year by Cirrus and spent his first day at the show ferrying our news team around the field and taking photos of exhibitors, attendees, and media gearing up for the big show amid some very wet conditions.

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Arriving in the Cirrus.

The sun sets on OSH after a long day of traveling.

The AVweb news team is ready to go.

The homebuilt parking area is fills up.

The reason for limited parking on Sunday.

A 182 amphibian on the way in.

The Bell 47s start their sight-seeing flights.

Normally these would be under airplanes, but due to the water, they had to find a dry spot for the tents.

Dornier setting up their SeaStar exhibit.

Need a new snowblower?

Oshkosh's new crash rescue truck, Striker.

The new Extra 330LC is already on display.

Airplanes wait to be pulled into Aeroshell Square.

A classing Eastern Air Lines DC-7.

Air Force UAV.

Exhibitors hurry to unload and set up for opening day.

The Lancair Evolution.

A Citation Mustang being pushed into the Cessna display.

The new Oma Sud Skycar pusher twin.

The new Cobalt Co50 pusher.