The weekend after Labor Day usually marks the annual Hood-River Fly-in at the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum (WAAAM), and this year the TF1 plane was on display for the public to see and admire, as well as promote the Airway Science for Kids program. Both the TF3 and ASK students were invited to come and check out the event.
TF3 was a big hit and students willingly shared their experiences and knowledge of the program to curious visitors, all while sporting awesome group t-shirts!
There was plenty to see at the event as hundreds of antique planes and cars were on display in the museum, and many personal planes were scattered on the field. People could take biplane and airplane rides, or just watch the various aircraft take off and land throughout the day. The sunny weather and beautiful backdrop of the Columbia gorge and Mt. Hood made for perfect photo ops!
Be sure to check out this fantastic museum and plan a visit. They've got plenty of awesome events throughout the year just like the Fly-in!