EAA 1418 meets every third Saturday at Noon in the pilots lounge at Rohnerville Airport, Fortuna, California.  Lunch and a beverage are provided for a suggested $5.00 donation to the chapter.  Anyone interested in aviation is welcome to attend.


Humboldt County, California Aviation Webcams

North Coast Aviators, EAA 1418, installs and maintains webcams at our local airports. These cameras show real-time weather conditions and have proved invaluable to aviators, local government agencies, and area residents.

All NorthCoastAviation.com webcams, AWOS, and more 

 Rohnerville Airport

Eureka/Arcata Airport

 Murray Field

Kneeland Airport

 Garberville Airport

Shelter Cove

See NorthCoastAviation.com for all the aviation cams, weather and local links, local highway cams and technical information about this program.


Affiliated with Lost Coast Aviators is the
AVI8CANDO Youth Aviation Program
Rohnerville Airport, CA


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Saturday
Dec102016

WWII Camouflage Photos

WWII Camouflage at Burbank and Long Beach Aircraft Plants (8)

Bob Smith shared this collection of rare photos of camouflage efforts by the Army Corps of Engineers that hid from possible Japanese air attacks the Lockheed Burbank Aircraft Plant and Long Beach Boeing Plant.
Thursday
Dec082016

John Glenn, 1921 - 2016

Wednesday
Dec072016

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

For my uncle, Claude "Bill" Erickson.  He was on the only Navy ship that was able to leave the harbor on December 7, 1941, through smoke, bodies and bloody water.  He lied about his age to join the Navy and was one of the youngest sailors to witness this tragic attack.

 

Monday
Dec052016

Storm Cloud Composite

Over 60 images were stacked to capture the flow of lightning-producing storm clouds in July over Colorado Springs, Colorado.  From Astonomy Pictue of the Day at https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html


Saturday
Dec032016

Wonders of Nature

Shared by Bob Smith

Morning Glory clouds are incredibly rare, so much so that we don't know what causes them.  They are most commonly seen at fall in the small town of Burketown in Australia.

 

Lenticular clouds are lens-shaped clouds that form when moist air flows over a mountain and piles into large and layered clouds. Due to their strange shape, these clouds are sometimes mistaken for UFOs