Did You See Hidden Message In The Sky At Geneseo?
The National Warplane Museum hosted the 41st annual Geneseo Airshow over the weekend, and there was a lot to take in.
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The airshow lasted for two days, and while you were there, you could see historic aircrafts, such as the F-22 Raptor, P-51 Mustang, Quicksilver, Mad Max P-51, and you could see flybys with a WWI replica aircraft – just to name a few.
The F-22 Raptor demo team were the final ones to take to the sky on Sunday, and while it was much better in person, you can see the recap video below.
Watching planes that were used in WWI and WWII was a humbling experience…not only to reflect and admire the history, but just to think about how different the world is now because of that technology.
One of my favorite parts of the airshow happened in the early afternoon on Sunday, June 5.
The Skipper Hyle T-6 Demo started at 12:20 pm on Sunday, and the plane started to do, what appeared to be, a ribbon design in the air.
But one of the ribbons the plane ended up creating – it shifted into a heart.
I had to share the picture on Facebook. It reminded me of something an old mentor said to me once.
“If you love life, life will love you back.”
It’s a saying I personally love because it reminds you that the energy and attitude you put out into the world will boomerang its way back to you.
So be kind. Love loud. Share a smile. And remember those who fought for us to have the life we are privileged to have.