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Terry Bowden
Vintage Aircraft Association MemberHomebuilder or Craftsman
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#1 Posted: 8/13/2009 08:43:16

Please share a link to your personal blog related to antique airplanes and aviation history.

Here is mine...

Barnstmr's Random Aeronautics 



TERRY BOWDEN, Consultant DER barnstmr@aol.com http://barnstmr.blogspot.com/
Zack Baughman
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#2 Posted: 8/13/2009 16:19:51

 Nice blog Terry!  Your post on Eggemyers General Store is really interesting - that's exactly the kind of place I go out of my way to visit when traveling.  I read your post about the Pietenpol project - did you ever finish it?  I'm thinking about a Pietenpol project myself...

Zack

 



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Terry Bowden
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#3 Posted: 8/13/2009 18:03:47

Thanks Zack for the kind comments on the blog.  I have not finished the Piet.  It is currently awaiting my time.  I hope to get back on it this FALL.



TERRY BOWDEN, Consultant DER barnstmr@aol.com http://barnstmr.blogspot.com/
Andrew King
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#4 Posted: 8/14/2009 13:31:36
Reggie Smalls
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#5 Posted: 8/19/2009 13:32:28

Good links, thanks.   Here's another good blog with a Vintage orientation, updated quite often -

http://flytoanothertime.blogspot.com/



Adam Smith
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#6 Posted: 8/20/2009 11:50:33

It's not exactly a blog, but if you sign up for the Vintage Wings of Canada mailing list, every couple of weeks they send out an article about one of their planes, or a related human story.   The quality has been consistently very high since I joined the list about 6 months ago.  You can see all the archived stories at: http://www.vintagewings.ca/ 



Dana Heimos
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#7 Posted: 8/25/2009 09:13:20

Here is a link to my cousin's blog. He keeps an online logbook of his flights around the country in his Cub. Interesting reads!