Kendall Huff and nearly-2-year-old Kenna Huff of Snohomish get an up-close look at an RV-9A homebulit aircraft at the eighth Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and Fly-In on Saturday afternoon in Sequim. This year’s show, reduced to a one-day fest, featured helicopter and airplane rides, dozens of airplanes, classic cars and remote control airplane demonstrations at the Sequim Valley Airport. Olympic Pen on Aug. 28. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group
Kendall Huff and nearly-2-year-old Kenna Huff of Snohomish get an up-close look at an RV-9A homebulit aircraft at the eighth Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and Fly-In on Saturday afternoon in Sequim. This year’s show, reduced to a one-day fest, featured helicopter and airplane rides, dozens of airplanes, classic cars and remote control airplane demonstrations at the Sequim Valley Airport. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Kendall Huff and nearly-2-year-old Kenna Huff of Snohomish get an up-close look at an RV-9A homebulit aircraft at the eighth Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and Fly-In on Saturday afternoon in Sequim. This year’s show, reduced to a one-day fest, featured helicopter and airplane rides, dozens of airplanes, classic cars and remote control airplane demonstrations at the Sequim Valley Airport. Olympic Pen on Aug. 28. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group Kendall Huff and nearly-2-year-old Kenna Huff of Snohomish get an up-close look at an RV-9A homebulit aircraft at the eighth Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and Fly-In on Saturday afternoon in Sequim. This year’s show, reduced to a one-day fest, featured helicopter and airplane rides, dozens of airplanes, classic cars and remote control airplane demonstrations at the Sequim Valley Airport. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Air Affaire, Fly-In wows again at one-day show

Kendall Huff and nearly-2-year-old Kenna Huff of Snohomish get an up-close look at an RV-9A homebulit aircraft at the eighth Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire and Fly-In on Saturday afternoon in Sequim. This year’s show, reduced to a one-day fest, featured helicopter and airplane rides, dozens of airplanes, classic cars and remote control airplane demonstrations at the Sequim Valley Airport.

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