Unique among air museums, the aircraft and displays that Kermit Weeks has assembled are beyond compare. Not only can you get up close and personal with most of the aircraft on display you never know what's flying when you visit. Our arrival was greeted by a low-flying P-51. Turns out it was flown by Mr. Weeks himself. One can only imagine what the new attraction will be like. The Sunderland was once open to the public and more's the pity it no longer is. In the new museum it may be; a real exposure to what flying in the 30's was all about.