I was up in Oshkosh this weekend and stopped in at the EAA museam and Pioneer Airport. I actually forked over the money and took a flight in their 1929 Travel-Air open-cockpit biplane. In my whopping 250 hours of flying, I've never been in an airplane more exhilirating and more fun than this one. Nothing can compare to the open cockpit feel and the view from the plane. I just wish I could have had a chance to actually control it a bit, but even as only a passenger, it was probably the best flying I've ever been involved in. The pilot put it through a few light manuevers, a couple of lazy eights and a stall. Anyway, just wanted to share, as this is what flying truly is (was) and I wish planes like that we stilll easily accessible. I'll have a couple of pictures up later. I took 3 only as that's all the space I had left on the memory stick, and I'm kicking myself for not bringing the second stick!