July 24, 2011
For some attendees, getting to Oshkosh is half the fun. Once again, we've turned AVweb's intern, Adam Cutler, loose with a camera and instructed him to bring back the sights and sounds of the show grounds.
En route to KOSH.
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Even before the show opens, you can get a Bell-47 ride.
Keeping the Zepplin engines ready to fly.
You can get a ride in the Farmers Airship for a nominal fee.
Beech Baron on the way to its camping grounds.
Twin on short final.
T-6 Texan on final.
This runway seems like overkill for the J-3.
Never a shortage of unique aircraft.
Skylane on the way down.
A bit intimidating in a pattern with Cubs and Cessnas.
Sean Tucker makes his entrance.
Diamond twin waiting for its spectators.
Oshkosh isn't only the home of aviation.
Preparing the stage for REO Speedwagon.
Weaving the King Air down the road to its tent.
Final cleanup for tomorrow grand opening.