As aviation buffs, our family members were thrilled to see a monument marking the site of Lindbergh's first solo flight, there at Souther Field. The statue shows him wingwalking, which he did in his eary days, to earn money for his Curtis Jenny airplane. As been stated at other places, it's a little challenging to find, but WORTH the effort. Helpful hint: Going South, the road to the Jimmy Carter Regional Airport, where the statue stands, is past the college entrance, on the right. I understand there are also exhibits inside the airport, which we hope to see next time! Definitely worth a brief side trip, if you are in the Andersonville or Plains area!
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