The Commemorative Air Force Museum, Fleming Field, and Wipaire were the venues for our weekend nose work trials. We were super excited to search new and interesting places!
I’ve never been to a real airport of any kind before. This airport is pretty small and deals with small planes and the older military planes. All the military planes were gone to an airshow on the weekend but there were still plenty of other planes around. For some of our searches we had to walk out on the tarmac to get back and forth.
The actual airport is called Fleming Field. Olivia found this monument with how the air field got its name.
Wipaire is the third part of the whole set up. They make floats for planes and they make them for most of the world. Two of the hangars we searched in belong to them. I love the logo and sign on their big building.
One of their big trailers was used to block the line of sight for one of the vehicle searches.
While I was waiting for my turn to search, Mom and I found this old bicycle. I think it might have been in one of my searches lying on the ground but I didn’t find any hides on it. The whole place is full of fun old stuff. I guess that is why it is called the Commemorative Air Force Museum.
Olivia had a vehicle element trial. This military truck was her first search vehicle. We always search the same thing, regular cars and stuff, so when we get something like this it is a lot more fun.
I have saved the best for last, the big hangar. One of my last searches of the day was the left side of this hangar with the plane in the middle of it. Seriously, how often does a dog get to search a plane? I had another plane in one of my other searches too! It is super fun to search in a real life place with lots of new and interesting stuff! Stop back tomorrow to find out how we did in our trials.
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