Sunday, August 24, 2008

Crop Duster

On the way to Spokane, we stopped in a small town called "Ritzville." The town was definitely not "puttin' it on the Ritz," so to speak. There was a butcher shop that advertised "custom killing," a largely abandoned main street, and this airplane hangar. The field next door was advertised as the "Airport" for Ritzville, so I of course dubbed it Ritzville International. Though not visible from this angle, this plane had crop dusting nozzles lined up in rows underneath the wings.

1 comment:

Anthony said...

The picture is very nostalgic. I've actually worked on planes of that vintage and in that environment. Excellent job. When this painting becomes available for sale, I would like to buy it.

Cheers,
Tony