Yak-it-ty-yak.................you know the rest

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  1. SPEKTRE76

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    Hope you all enjoy this one!


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    Very Cool....
     
  3. Njaco

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    Great shots!
     
  4. Thorlifter

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    Nice. Which flight museum is this?
     
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    The Museum of Flight in Seattle, WA.
     
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    Nice pictures. The stubby legged tiger pouncing on the Hitler deer is interesting.
     
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    Nice! Probably going on a road trip to see museums this summer down the Washington/Oregon, definitely will see this one.
     
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    always liked the yaks...just the canopy seems so low of a profile that i think it would have been hard to see out of...its probably an optical illusion
     
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    Great pics, thanks for posting!
     
  10. Gnomey

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    Good shots!
     
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    Excellent, thanks for sharing.
     
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    With all here, great shots and material.:thumbleft: :cool:
     
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    Hi!
    I was just looking at the fantastic pics and noticed in photo 9 being struck by the small port in the middle of the '3' of 36. This is the external battery socket and this EXACT port is used on my boss's Yak-50, a 1976 aerobatic aeroplane! DSCN2823.JPG DSCN2804.JPG DSCN2807.JPG
    I love anything yak related!
    Regards,
    John
     
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