Scenes from Ramona Airport’s 54th annual Open House

This Vietnam-era AD-1 is one of two AD-1s based at Ramona Airport. Photo/Frank Tushoph

Frank Tushoph, a member of the sheriff’s Senior Volunteer Patrol in Ramona, captured scenes from the 54th annual Open House at Ramona Airport on Saturday.

Visitors to the open house were treated to an up-close look at a Mercy Air helicopter. Photo/Frank TushophCessna 195.Photo/Frank Tushoph

A man sports a ‘Big Jimmy’ T-shirt that commemorates the 1939 GMC fire truck’s new home at Ramona Airport. The truck, built for the La Mesa Fire Department, was recently discovered in a vineyard in Northern California, where is was used as a water pump for grapes. A dedication ceremony was held Saturday morning declaring Ramona Airport Big Jimmy’s new home. Photo/Tushoph

Members of the Frederick-Blair family enjoy some of the food prepared by Los Amigos. The Frederick-Blairs moved to Ramona two years ago and say they have fallen in love with the community. Photo/Frank Tushoph

Members of the Frederick-Blair family enjoy some of the food prepared by Los Amigos. The Frederick-Blairs moved to Ramona two years ago and say they have fallen in love with the community. Photo/Frank Tushoph

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Posted by Maureen Robertson on Sep 24 2011. Filed under Featured Story. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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