I hope you have enjoyed yesterday’s post about the Flying Tigers like the only visitor I had on this new blog yesterday.
I intend to get more traffic.
This post is about my boneyard. Nothing compare to boneyards in U.S.
Cats don’t live in harmony with model airplanes. This is why I keep a boneyard.
This Monogram 1/48th scale B-25 G is one of them.
I bought it in Washington, D.C. in 1976 when I visited the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. It was my first trip with my new girlfriend. I have a beautiful picture I had taken of her in Washington, but I won’t post it.
Nicole would become my wife a few months later.
This Monogram B-17 G was shot down a few years ago when one of my cats got scared.
My wife was scared about my reaction…
I love cats more than model airplanes.
The cat survived, but the Flying Fortress did not. I have recovered most of the parts and I intend to repair it someday.
God knows when I will do it though.
I have another Monogram B-17 G. This one on top of a bookcase where sometimes one of my cats takes refuge when she is scared by someone entering the house.
Scary, but this B-17 G has survived.
Sorry for the fuzzy shot…
Here’s a better shot of this B-17 G.
Only the tail guns are missing. The ground crew take good care of the old lady. The display board was made for a C-47 model I had built in the 1980s. It was also shot down by another of my cats in 2002, and now sits on a shelf.
My biggest problem with starting again building the 50 or so airplane model kits I have is where to safely display them in the house with my cats always running around them when they are scared.
How do you display a 1/48 scale Monogram B-29?
On top of the box of an unbuilt 1/48 scale Revell B-1 Bomber I bought in the 80s.