Throwback Thursday! Here’s Brodhead Airport, our home airport, way back in 1976 during one of EAA chapter 431’s early corn boil fly-ins.
There are so many more cars than planes – it’s a bit playing like playing Where’s Waldo to find them – and back then there were only a handful of hangars. Today, our summer fly-ins attract upwards of 200 airplanes if the weather’s good, and Brodhead airport has 58 hangars.
Times have changed, but Brodhead Airport still hosts many fly-ins each year. Drop in for the next, the Groundhog Day Chili Ski Fly-In, on February 1st!