This morning I watched the Remembrance Day Ceremonies on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on TV. (8:00 a.m. our time). I realized it was nearing 11:00 a.m. here when I heard the unmistakable sound of the fly past, and ran outside with my camera ~ but too late to catch the warbirds. I decided to head to the airport to see them land, but when I got to my lookout spot, a fellow told me the aircraft were heading to a few locations south of here. I returned to the airport a bit later, and heard air craft approaching. I turned my camera on to see "battery dead". Arggh. I drove home quickly, grabbed my other camera, and headed back to the airport. By the time I got there, I could see that the Harvard had already landed, but overhead the T-28 Trojan was circling. No one else was in the vicinity, so I quickly found a good spot for filming, and saw the T-28B land and motor over to the Harvard.
When I downloaded the video, I saw that it was 121 mb which is too large for Photobucket, so I have shortened it a bit at the beginning and the end ~ Did you catch the little wave, Flighty :)
Here's a photo I took of the Harvard and Trojan as the pilot and passenger were getting ready to disembark.