I should have ridden further than I did but I stopped by Coolidge Airport, something I do frequently, and this time I stumbled upon the Coolidge Lion's Club pancake breakfast and fly-in. Coolidge Airport is off the beaten path so not a lot of people outside the immediate area even know it exists. It's a WWII era field that was a transit stop for military aircraft moving across the USA. During the war it hosted pretty much every sort of airplane that the US put in the air. These days it's growing in popularity with warbird owners because it's outside the Phoenix metro area so air traffic and flight rules are easier to live with.
The Lion's Club even is not a huge event, not even close, but there were a handful of very nice airplanes to be seen. Sadly, I'd eaten breakfast before I left the house so I had to pass on the pancakes.
A few more pictures here.
Oh yeah, got my camera back from Nikon. Big smile.