Good food. Good views. What more do you want? Photo by David A /

Good food. Good views. What more do you want? Photo by Paul Paulsen – AirTeamImages.

What are you doing on Saturday, September 29th? Hanging out with a bunch of AvGeeks at the In ‘N Out Burger by LAX? Correct answer.

JOIN US! CrankyFlier (you might know him as Brett Snyder) is having his second annual Cranky Dorkfest and I am joining in on the fun. Join other AvGeeks to talk about aviation, take some photos and spill condiments all over your shirt — do not worry, we will not judge.

There are some pretty cheap tickets into LAX right now (got mine from SEA for $149 round-trip), so what a perfect time to do a little mileage run. Nothing you really need to do, except show up at 11:00am PT at the In ‘N Out and bring a camera. Hope to see you there!

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Sounds like fun & I wish I could make it. Keep in mind that that weekend is “Carmageddon 2.0” and that I-405 will be completely closed in West LA for the duration of the weekend.

I probably won’t get too far from the airport :).


Phxspotters will be there all AVGeeked out and can’t wait to meet some fellow spotters !

That mean we get to meet?


You’re in luck. Down in El Segundo (just down from LAX on Sepulveda) there’s a Rubios. Do yourself a huge favor and save some room for fish tacos. They hands down make the best ones around.

Does that involved the 405 (in Seattle we have one, we just call it “405” but I know in CA, they have to say “the 405” or “the I-5” silly). I hear that traffic will be bad!

I wish I could be there, but I’ll be doing my own #avgeek thing. Over at Catalina Island they having their first air show to Mark the 100th anniversary of the longest water crossing (at that time) and first sea landing!

Okay Kevin, you get a pass on this one.


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