Texas storms dumpy Ladies Love Taildraggers, Bluebonnet fly-ins
May 28, 2015 - storage organizer
With a belligerent already heavily saturated—the airport’s weed runway was not in use—and some-more sleet and thunderstorms in a foresee this week, Birchler said, “Mother Nature presented a conditions this year no one could have forecast.” There is no sleet date for a event, she said.
Meanwhile, American Legend Aircraft Co., whose domicile are located during Sulphur Springs, reportedly postulated some charge repairs to some hangar doors. American Legend, that builds a Legend Cub and Super Legend, was to have hosted tours of a trickery and offering proof rides to the fly-in visitors. Brown pronounced an American Legend worker reported a rollup hangar doorway on a company’s paint and steel phony hangar was blown in, and a tractor-trailer used for steel storage was blown over. A write call and an email to American Legend were not returned.
The Weather Channel reported that some tools of Texas perceived some-more than 20 inches of sleet in May, with a settlement approaching to continue, according to National Public Radio.
Bluebonnet Fly-In deferred until Jun 6
Redbird Skyport FBO, San Marcos, Texas, has deferred a May 30 Bluebonnet Fly-In during San Marcos Municipal Airport until Jun 6 “due to a hardships faced by a village during a new serious storms and ensuing floods,” General Manager John Koenreich announced May 27.
Koenreich pronounced a delay will concede a FBO to continue to support ongoing rescue and liberation efforts that have been handling out of Redbird Skyport.
“In addition, we will be donating all deduction from a Bluebonnet Fly-In to a Salvation Army in Hays County, Texas,” Koenreich said.
The fly-in will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Jun 6. More sum are accessible on a website.