Well, my search for an airpark has come up bollocks. With my part time biz in Dayton growing, it was suggested I look at moving the T-28 money once sold into a Dayton "office" and crash pad as the hotel is wearing thin. So, why not build a small aerodrome of my own and use it for business? Kinda. And, could it be done as a small WW1 aerodrome for my and similar little kites? Requirements: 1. main runway axis about 2000 - 2500 feet 2. some open field to give a crosswind LANDING option. For these planes about 1200 - 1400 feet is way enough. 3. A period appearing hangar(s) 4. Small European styled cottage to use for short stays 5. Station hack vehicle and airplane. 6. Possible use as a small museum or hangarage for similar antique or replica aircraft. To date: 1. Looking at flat pastureland near Xenia Ohio 2. Looks like 10 acres for single runway and about 21 acres for multiple 3. Looking at pre-fab wood structures 4. Looking at small prefab structures for a cottage. 5. Model T truck as a station hack and bowser with fuel can and transfer pump 6. Will market during the next WW1 fly in in Apparantly the FAA is not so much the prob as are the local zoning regulations. A main inspiration is the restored WW1 airfield Stow Maries All ideas welcome!