Culver Cadets have been a part of the Rezich family since 1940. Their newest Cadet took top honors at the 2020 Antique Airfield Association’s fly-in in Blakesburg, Iowa.
Elliot Block’s new (to him) Cessna 140A is a modern day aviation story, made possible by Instagram, Craigslist and new friends who encourage new adventures.
More than a half century later, David Wiebe is still flying the Piel Emeraude his father built from plans — and there’s a good chance the homebuilt will be flying well into the future, perhaps introducing another generation of Wiebes to the sky.
Jim and Linda Densmore’s Cessna 180 Skywagon has been a treasured part of the family since 1960.
Kate Tiffany is a star at restoration, education, and inspiration.
“Blakesburg is a throwback — it’s about the way it was and where we came from.”
The 2020 Blakesburg fly-in was a tribute to Robert Taylor.
A youthful 96, Harold McMurran says he can’t imagine not working.
Billy Miller says the Thatcher CX-4 he built is “real slick.”
“I’ll be 88 this year, and I really get a lot of pleasure out of owning an airplane and being able to fly it.”