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CHILDRESS – Friday, Nov. 13, two Piper Cherokees practiced, and a Piper Seneca from New Mexico stopped for fuel.
Saturday, Nov. 14, a Cirrus came in for an overnight visit.
Sunday, Nov. 15, four Cessnas came in, one to practice, two to fuel up and one to stay overnight on his way from California to Arkansas. A Lear Jet and a Piper Cherokee also stopped in for some fuel.
Monday, Nov. 16, a Beechcraft King Air departed and returned, and a Cessna 152 did some local training.
Tuesday, Nov. 17, a Cessna 206 from Panhandle came in to pick up some parts from John Deere, an R-44 helicopter flew, and a Cessna 182 from Oklahoma stopped in for a bit.
Wednesday, Nov. 18, a Cirrus from Austin flew in to practice law.
Thursday, Nov. 19, today was the day for canines! An Embraer Phenom dropped off one passenger and his pup, a Cessna 182 stopped for fuel on his way home from California after picking up his son and two dogs from Arkansas (It was their first flight. The dogs, not the men.) and a Beechcraft Bonanza from Caddo Mills fueled up before flying to Hereford to pick up a rescue dog. A Lancair Evolution came in for fuel on his way from South Carolina to Nevada, and a Cessna 206 leaving Nevada also made a pit stop for fuel.