Runway Dust
By
Charles R. Furden

Runway Dust
Airport Adventures during the Fabulous Fifties
By
Charles "Ron" Furden

Runway Dust is a book that reaches back into time, back to the days that we now call "The Fabulous Fifties." They were the days when flying was fun, carefree and inexpensive.

Any reader who has ever seen a Taylorcraft, an Aeronca or a Cub and wondered what their days were like, Runway Dust is the book for you.

Runway Dust describes the flying, the clowning, the aircraft and even the heartaches of the people working and flying from those small dirt runways of some fifty-five or sixty years ago.

Runway Dust has color and the descriptions are vivid. You can almost feel the wind tugging at your shirt, hear the elusive music of flight and feel the sky in the seat of your pants. It's all there, the stories, the experiences and the people of those days now past.

Relive part of aviation's exciting past, your heritage, read Runway Dust.