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The "Latest News" page is dedicated to letting the world in on what is new and exciting going on at Triple Tree. Plus giving you an insight on the daily activities and people, whose works make Triple Tree a place you want to bring your family and friends. Not only to enjoy the aircraft flying and on display, but to see one of the most beautiful aerodromes in the world and learn about aviation of all kinds!  Mr. Pat and the gang at Triple Tree are always working to improve the property and facilities, in an effort to make your visit here one of the most memorable experiences in your life.

 

                                                                                                       

                    TRIPLE TREE FLYER – NOVEMBER 2014

 

                              TRIPLE TREE FLYER – November 2014


In this edition:
Triple Tree in the Winter
How does Triple Tree work – Part Two?
Sparky Heads to the Coast – AOPA Fly-In
Upcoming Events

Triple Tree in the Winter

Somehow, we all think of Triple Tree as one of the “greenest” places on earth. Between the miles of perfectly manicured GREEN grass to the acres of GREEN trees, it just seems that Triple Tree is the epitome of South Carolina green beauty. It truly is the “Augusta National of Aviation” when it comes to beautiful terrain and landscaping. This is never more evident than during our large event season which starts with Joe Nall Week and unofficially ends with Heli Extravaganza. There are certainly other smaller events during the year but spring through early fall is when most people see Triple Tree. During this time, it’s warm and the grass is growing so fast that we have to mow it every 48 hours! Our equipment gets an extreme workout for six months and Matt and the volunteers are constantly busy taking care of an actively “growing” Triple Tree. Our friends and guests (by the thousands) are all gathering here to camp, socialize and enjoy the famous Triple Tree “Fun, Fellowship and Hospitality”.
Once the events end in October, there’s another side of Triple Tree that most never see. It’s the quiet, calm, BROWN and beautiful Triple Tree. So, for this month’s newsletter, let’s take a tour of Triple Tree in the winter!
How about if we start at that famous Triple Tree front entrance; You know, the one that you always stop at and take a picture of when you arrive!
 
Another favorite location is the classic line gazebo. How many times have you bathed in sunscreen and looked for a little shade while watching the great Joe Nall noon show here? Remember how the “greenness” just seems to go on forever?