The Spruce Goose Aviation Museum
Dan and I were supposed to visit this museum before I moved to California, but we ran out of time on that ride down the coast. This time we were determined to fit it in. Dan put the address into his GPS and off we went, thankfully leaving the dullness of I-5 and off to explore something new and interesting!
Entrance to one of the buildings of the Evergreen Aviation Museum
A variety of plane sizes
Looking up at one of the wings of the Spruce Goose
The Spruce Goose towers over other planes
No, I have no idea what Dan’s pointing to, but this tank looks like a blast!
Dan demonstrating the massive size of a wildfire fighting water bucket. Thanks Dan!
A side view of the Spruce Goose
A poorly-lit internal view of the Spruce Goose
Ah ha! It’s all a lie! But then again, who wants to visit the “Birch Bushtit”?
Playing around with the heat-sensor in the children’s area.
And what aviation museum is complete without a motorcycle?
One last shot of the Spruce Goose, this time the tail section