Ponchos 'n Fun


The first two hours of Sun n Fun 2018 were great, and then came the rain and the the lightning. At 4 PM is was still coming down, the outside vendors had hunkered down and headed for the bars, and so did just about everyone else.

These fellows either snagged a poncho early or were left to contemplate a soggy walk back to their car. But fear not, tomorrow is supposed to be sunny and dry.

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Dave Prizio
Dave Prizio has been plying the skies of the L.A. basin and beyond since 1973. Born into a family of builders, it was only natural that he would make his living as a contractor and spend his leisure time building airplanes. He has so far completed four—two GlaStars, a Glasair Sportsman, and a Texas Sport Cub—and is helping a friend build an RV-8. When he isn’t building something, he shares his love of aviation with others by flying Young Eagles or volunteering as an EAA Technical Counselor. He is also an A&P mechanic, Designated Airworthiness Representative (DAR), and was a member of the EAA Homebuilt Aircraft Council for six years.


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