We had a great time at biplane day, despite having only one biplane show up, a Ginn DSA-1, N1G, flown by Christopher Maurer of Seabrook, TX.
The lack of planes didn't stop people from coming or enjoying the ramp. Inside we still have our art exhibit on display, and on the ramp, we had our raffle plane, along with the Lockheed Lodestar for all to see.
Hobby Airport had runway 12R closed, so operations were happening on runway 4, as well as 35! Most planes departing taxied by the museum, and we all enjoyed seeing the happy pilots and passengers wave as they went by. We even had a few takeoffs, including Southwest 737's on 35, right in front of us!