PLANES

Pilots and their guests along with locals gathered at the Wurtsmith Air Force Base on Saturday and Sunday to enjoy a fly-in pancake breakfast provided by the Oscoda Rotary and Interact Club. Pilots received free admission to the museum while others received a coupon to make a visit.

OSCODA – Crowds of people gathered at Wurtsmith Air Force Base (WAFB) on Saturday and Sunday for the annual fly-in pancake breakfast.

FLY-IN

Pilots from across the state of Michigan fly-in to enjoy a pancake breakfast provided by the Oscoda Rotary and Interact Club on a sunny Saturday Morning at Wurtsmith Air Force Base.

Pilots from all across the state of Michigan came in to join the festivities. Locals gathered for a pancake and sausage breakfast provided by the Oscoda Rotary Club and Interact Club.

SAUSAGE PLEASE

Oscoda Rotary Club Member Bob Michaelis serves up a large sausage patty during the fly-in pancake breakfast.

Guests received a large sausage patty with three pancakes and their choice of coffee, milk or juice. Syrup and butter were provided along with cardboard gliders for children to take home.

COUSINS

Nine year old cousins Ella Smith and Blake McCausey pose on their grandpa’s Titan T51 Mustang plane at the Fly-In Pancake Breakfast held at Wurtsmith Air Force Base on Saturday.

Over the course of the weekend 48 planes visited and 242 breakfasts were sold with 233 visitors to the Wurtsmith Air Museum. One local that flew into the event was Lane Taylor who owns a Titan T51 Mustang. He arrived with his grandchildren Ella Smith and Blake McCausey. Taylor said he continues to come back year after year for the breakfast and travels to other airports across the state to enjoy there’s as well.

LINE

Hungry locals stand in a long line on Saturday morning to enjoy a pancake breakfast held at the Wurtsmith Air Force Base provided by the Oscoda Rotary and Interact Club for a small charge.

The museum is open Friday-Sunday at 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. until October 13. Admission is $7 for adults and $3 for children under 12 years old and always free for children under  five and active military. For more museum information visit wurtsmithairmuseum.net .