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Old 09-23-2017, 06:05 PM
DBone DBone is offline
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Location: McKinney, TX (T31)
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Default Grand Junction KGJT hangar for 2 nights?

My wife and I were looking at Grand Junction as part of a multi city trip next weekend, arriving Saturday leaving Monday. Found out today after talking to the FBO that there is an air show on Saturday. Because of that, they can't guarantee a parking spot, and they don't take reservations. Anybody have any connections there for a hangar spot for 2 nights for a -10?

While I'm here, I'll also take any recommendations for things to do, places to see, or where to eat. We plan on doing a little hiking and drinking a little wine, hopefully in that order

Dave B
McKinney, TX (T31)
2010 RV-7A - 1000 hrs and counting
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Old 09-24-2017, 02:17 PM
Dan B Dan B is offline
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Location: Edmond, OK
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This time of year, I would not be concerned about a hangar, due the dry climate. You might consider Montrose. Close to Black Canyon of the Gunnison and Grand Mesa. Colorado Natl monument is close to GJT. Short drive to Grand Junction. Hotel on the airport, long runway, fire depart, airline service; all the essentials.
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