We awoke this morning to gray skies, cool temperatures, and rain (see Nancy's comment below).
Thinking no one would show up, but knowing that if only one did, someone should be there to meet and greet, Jim drove over thinking he would meet with host, Malin Bergstrom, and reschedule the event. As soon as he pulled into the parking lot, Greg approached him, and within a few minutes, five more people were there.
The skies stayed gray, but the air-temp warmed up and the rain stopped, so we ended up having another great outing.
"Thank you" to Malin Bergstrom, president of Bergstrom Aircraft, who provided escort into the flight-line side of the grounds for us to sketch the "Old Naval Air Control Tower" from an angle not open to the general public.
In the picture above, Malin is getting us caught up on not only the old tower, but also on some very interesting local aviation history of the area. Did you know that United Airlines was born right here in the Tri-Cities? We didn't either!!
Hopefully our efforts will in some small, or large, way help Malin and her committee to "Save the Tower" for future generations.
Click on the picture to see some photos. As more arrive in our inbox, we'll be posting more.