P-51D “Millie G” Visits KADS Addison, Texas

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P-51 Mustang on display at CFM in Addison, Texas

Trent Latshaw’s P-51D the Millie G Displayed at CFM in February 2014

Trent Latshaw’s beautiful North American P-51D Mustang, the “Millie G”, was briefly on display at the Cavanaugh Flight Museum in Addison, Texas when I visited in February of 2014. This aircraft is a replica of the original Millie G* (44-72123) flown by Maj. Edward Giller.

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Cavanaugh’s F9F-2B Panther Gets a Day in the Sun

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Around seventeen years ago Cavanaugh Flight Museum’s F9F-2B Panther jet became a little more precious, some have said she became priceless.

Cavanaugh Flight Museum's Grumman F9F-2B Panther

CFM’s Panther displayed outside for the first time in 10 + years

In was 1993 when the museum acquired the Panther, Bureau No. 123078, and then put it through a 25,000 man hour restoration bringing it back to its original flying condition. Since the restoration the Panther received “Grand Champion Warbird” titles at the 1995 E.A.A. Sun-N-Fun Fly-In at Lakeland, FL and the 1995 E.A.A. Fly-In in Oshkosh WI.

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El sabor de la Ciudad de México – Taqueria la Candelaria Opens in Richardson

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Red Salsa, Habanero Avocado Sauce, Serrano, Cilantro, Onion and Limes

Red Salsa, Habanero Avocado Sauce, Serrano, Cilantro, Onion and Limes

It has been about twelve years since I have seen this combination of ingredients before me. Twelve long years. Recently a taqueria opened up down the block … Taqueria la Candelaria is the first authentic taco joint I have been to in the Far North Dallas/Richardson area. Heck, the last time I went to any taqueria was back in the late ’90’s early 2000’s when on business to Edinburg, Texas, down in the Rio Grand Valley.

This is no Tex-Mex taco house, no sir …. this is the real deal.

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How to Lose Four Hours on a Rainy Day and Gear Up for the Zombie Apocalpse at the Same Time

I only had one errand to run this past Saturday, a simple one and it shouldn’t have taken thirty minutes or so to accomplish. What I needed was a pair of utilitarian pants, you know the type, rugged cloth, earth tone colors and most importantly – pockets … lots of pockets.

This type of pant is ideal for photography excursions and I had about worn out my last pair so it was off to the local Army Surplus store for me.

The Army Store, Inc.

The Army Store, Inc.

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