Tuesday, May 28, 2013
N38 Hosts Successful
Memorial Day Breakfast
Despite a morning that started with frost, winds gusting to 20 kts, the members of the Canyon Pilots Association and Canyon Country Ultralight Club served over 1000 breakfasts at its annual Memorial Day Sunday breakfast. Aircraft on display included War Birds, Ultralights, a glider and many GA and light sport aircraft. Proceeds help to provide scholarship funds and support airport operations. We thank the community for their continued support of our breakfasts!
The reason thousands attend our breakfasts year after year! Buckwheat pancakes, great ham and eggs!!
Some people attend for the first time, others make it a tradition to attend the breakfasts each spring and fall.
Stories are traded, acquaintances are renewed, friends are made at the tables in N38's big hanger.
Canyon Country Ultralight Club Member Ken VanSant displayed his QuickSilver MX
Selling Pennsylvania maple products go hand in hand at a pancake breakfast
History on display at the Memorial Day breakfast.
Airplanes rides are available, weather permitting, at the breakfasts and most days during the flying season.
The ultralight community has a presence at the airport. Steve Reese owns and flies this Air-Bike
Master Chef and Husky owner Brad Brinker helps create the best pancakes in region
Brady is just one of those folks that helps make this event a success. Thanks Brady!!
Interested in ultralight? Contact Rob, Canyon Country Ultralight Club Pres. email@example.com
A family enjoys watching arrivals and departures on the ramp at N38
After the crowd is fed, breakfast workers serve fellow workers
These two ladies are early arrivals every year!
An RV arrives from Fredricksburg Pa.
A busy ramp at N38
Canyon Aero operator Craig Musser returns with scenic flight passengers. Contact Craig at 570-724-3746 to book your ride of the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. It is a great birthday or anniversary gift.
What a beautiful airport
A T-6 taking off as a Skyhawk returns
If you fly, take a young person to your local airport, pass on the dream of flight
"Wellsboro Johnston Traffic, Please be advised that all traffic in the vicinity of N38 on Sunday September 1st is advised to attend the Labor Day Fly in breakfast sometime between 8 am and noon. Information Buckwheat will be in effect upon your arrival. Oh yeah, never mind the pancake on my face!"
Canyon Country Ultralight Club members practicing engine out procedures :)