Next to the boneyard is the Pima air and space museum, home to over 300 aircraft including the B-29 bomber, an early Air Force One, and the world’s fastest plane the SR-71.
The air force plane boneyard in Tuscon is the most mindblowing collection of military aircraft in long term storage. There’s about 4,000 planes parked in the dry desert air, some for future re-use and others that are scavanged for spare parts.
The garden as it once was…
A nice new hole
The beast, fresh off the truck
Getting ready for liftoff!
Up and over the house
It takes a long time to fill a pool – two days in fact!
Not yet ready to swim in
But okay for a tentative toe in the water
Next update: the pool in action, and the paving underway!