Mine is Ryan Field (RYN) outside Tucson. The people there are all friendly, and the highlight of my week was going there on Saturday to the Cafe’ to have pancakes and look at all the planes lined up outside the window. The food there was always the best!
I can’t leave out the Roadrunner! He would trot over to the cafe’ door, peck on the glass and the waitress would bring him raw hamburger. He had a fondness for low wing aircraft and you would always see him standing on the wings of a Cherokee or Bonanza!
Pilots would go out and look at each other’s planes and chat, it was fun place to be on the weekend! During the week I would be there early in the AM doing my preflight before my lesson, and nothing beats the pink and purple sunrise over the Santa Catalinas and the Rincons.
I miss RYN, and hope it hasn’t changed too much! Merry Christmas All!
I found a link to the restaurant at RYN!! Now I am STARVING!!! I’m glad to see that wooden prop is still on the wall!!!
Here’s a short history of RYN