AVweb's AirVenture 2008 Galleries: Day Seven

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Saturday is here, and while many campers and weeklong attendees are beginning to pack up, the one-day visitors have packed into EAA AirVenture, trying to see as much of the show as possible. Oh, and we finally got out to the Seaplane Base!



Setting up for a morning flight.

Another peaceful morning down by the docks.

Just a quick briefing before taking flight.

The dock crew stayed busy moving aircraft in and out of harbor.

A SeaRay gets towed out before departure.

J.P. Krucker from Sudbury, Ontario readies his seaplane for flight.

Campers at the seaplane base get ready for another day of flying.

Bicycles were a popular mode of transportation in Camp Scholler.

Joe and Bernie Thalman take their dogs for a walk in the Camp Scholler Pet Area.

People from all over the world make Camp Scholler their home.

Visitors at the campground go online at one of the internet hot spots.

Activities for kids were organized in the play areas around the grounds.

Joseph Dena from Ft. Worth, TX throws his balsa glider Friday evening in Camp Scholler.

Thousands of campers came to the Fly-In Theater to see John Travolta and his movie Broken Arrow.

The V-22 Osprey was on display at Aeroshell Square.

The skywriter writes a message of support for injured Aeroshell Team member Alan Henley.

Visitors line up to view the inside of the KC-10 on display at Aeroshell Square.

Duggy has an idea!

AirVenture 2008!

Mark Collins is interviewed by Rob Surgeon for EAA Radio.

Helicopter rides in a Bell 47 were available every day from Pioneer Airport.

Airshow pilot Matt Chapman repositions his airplane through Aeroshell Square.

Military re-enactors shoot at the fighter planes as they make their strafing runs down the showline.