Friday, March 19, 2010

Cold War Air Museum - Smiles

On the Cold War Air Museum blog, we try to include smiles whenever we can. If you look back through the stories, you will find many, many smiles, because it is easy to smile when you are having fun and enjoying what you do. Unfortunately, we don't always have room for all of the smiles we catch, so this post is dedicated to some of the smiles we've missed.

Our guys usually smile after making lots of jet noise.

The airport staff smiles whenever they sell us jet fuel.

Smiles during aircraft restoration help make the job go faster and easier.

Flying pretty girls always brings a smile to Jon's face. With apologies for the wind blown hair and the non-stylish parachute (but look, she is smiling too).

In fact, flying brings out the smile on most pilot's faces.

Kids and grandkids, we smile when they smile.

Our "significant others" smile cause they know where we are and what we're doing. The odor of jet fuel tells the tale when we get home.

It's hard to get some people to smile, but even with the most staid and business like, you can pick up a hint of a smile every now and then.

That's all for now. These smiles have been brought to you by the letters C,W,A and M. And that stands for Cold War Air Museum.

Thanks to everyone for their smiles, we plan on bringing you more smiles soon.

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