Aircraft parking/camping and drive-in
camping areas at EAA AirVenture are much improved on Wednesday after a
couple of dry, breezy days in Oshkosh.
Sunshine, breeze and temperatures in the
80s have aided drying in the wet areas significantly to the point where
conditions are similar to many recent years. In addition, the heavy
rains that hit the northern part of the Fox Valley on Monday and Tuesday
evening almost completely missed the EAA grounds.
“Every hour is making the grounds even
better,” said Tom Poberezny, EAA chairman/president. “The parking
and camping areas are open and welcoming people and aircraft every day.
We are looking forward to an outstanding week at AirVenture 2010.”
EAA will continue to update conditions to
provide accurate information and assistance to all those traveling to
Oshkosh for the event, which starts July 26. AirVenture aircraft parking
status is also available online at http://www.airventure.org/aircraft/parking_status.asp.