Taxiing across Lakeshore Drive and Lake Hood's jogging path.
Parked at the Lake Hood gravel strip. Photo taken from Lake Hood's excellent airport jogging path.
A rare example of the Piper Family Cruiser, one of only 238 built. Most which are still airworthy are flying in Alaska. Seen landing at the Lake Hood gravel strip.
Landing at the Lake Hood gravel strip.
Landing on the Lake Hood gravel strip on an early spring evening. The FAA Data for this aircraft states that a P&W R1340 is installed; that sure doesn't look like a radial to me.
Landing on the Lake Hood gravel strip on an early spring evening.
Crossing Lakeshore Drive at the Lake Hood Seaplane base.
It's late April, but Lake Hood is still frozen solid. This 180 on straight floats is waiting out the winter on the shore.
Landing at the Lake Hood gravel strip on a beautiful spring evening. Note the Cessna 150 on a close-in base in the background.