Ever since they started to do air shows at Willow Run, they've been getting progressively better. I think they have been trying to become one of the premiere warbird shows in the nation. Each year, they get closer to achieving that goal. For all the planes that were produced in World War II, it's kind of sad that there are so few of them left in flying condition. That tends to make these sort of gatherings difficult especially since there are other places competing for them.
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
I haven't felt particularly motivated the past couple of days, so I took a little delay before posting my pictures from the air show. I finally got motivated enough to upload my pictures so that they could be posted on my blog. I'm not quite sure if I'm motivated enough to do more than this post. However, since you've all been waiting patiently, here is the first post from the Air Show.
Saturday, August 29, 2015
I went to the Willow Run Air Show today and I had a blast. I've got a ton of pictures to sort through and I'm trying to figure out how I'm going to arrange them for my blog post.
Friday, August 28, 2015
After hearing various planes from the air show flying over the office today and not really being able to see them, I decided that I needed to go planewatching. I was hoping that it wasn't going to be like last night where I didn't see anything.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
The Thunder Over Michigan Air Show is this weekend and I was hearing planes flying over the office as they were heading there. As a result, I thought I might have a chance to go to Willow Run and see some of the planes.