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  1. #3561

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    Falcon Field here in Arizona had a bit of a blow couple of nights ago. My 180 received minor damage but enough to keep me from a trip to Idaho I had planned.
    It was windy enough that my airplane lifted off to the limit of the ropes and was sitting on top of my chocks rope on the right tire. I faired way better than a bunch of folks.
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    This building was a business putting interiors in. It used to have siding but the siding is now spread far and wide. Lots of planes upside down. Click image for larger version. 

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    There's quite a few more. Here's a photo of a stack of three airplanes.
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    About 90 hangar doors were damaged. Here's a row that did not fair well.
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    Those doors are not open, they're gone.


  2. #3562
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    Nightmare. Glad you got away with minor damage. Saw this over on Beechtalk. Those T hangars look like they are wood framed. Is that true?

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    "Often Mistaken, but Never in Doubt"

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