Here is the page that contains all the Aerial Pix that I have found interesting or made myself.
"This is as close to Kansas' own field of dreams as you can get," said Ken Bina, a Topeka pilot who has devoted more than three decades of his life to building and flying scale model airplanes. Bina lives in North Topeka, but doesn't mind driving about 20 minutes to Longyear's airfield at 4535 S.E. 69th in Berryton.
Today, he will pilot his 40-percent scale version of a Breezy at the Blue Sky Squadron International Model Aircraft Association Airshow at 69th and Paulen Road. The plane has a wing span of 13 feet, 10 inches, and can reach speeds up to 65 mph.
Then the family recalled something a fire marshal told them while inspecting their property several years earlier: If they were ever threatened by fire, they should head for the large dirt patch between the two homes. Henry used the patch to fly model airplanes. It was flat and void of vegetation, perfect for the takeoffs and landings of his remote-control aircraft. Now, it was going to be their refuge.