On Sunday, September 14, 2014, I travelled to Creve Coeur Airport to learn more about aviation. This 400 acre airport is home to many unique pilot and planes. When I first arrived we were greeted at the door and asked if we would like lunch, coffee, and donuts. We talked with one of the service men (Brent Walkenhorst) and he took us out to the gas station area to show us how they fueled the planes. While at the gas station we met a pilot (Douglas Poulk) he was very eager to speak with us and asked if we would like to go on a flight. Douglas Poulk owns a flight schools stationed at Creve Coeur! Before our flight we were offered a tour of the Aircraft Restoration Museum! It was very cool, there were LOTS of pre-1950 planes. After the tour we went up on our flight around St. Louis. Takeoff was a bit scary but once we soared over Parkway Central High School it felt like we were floating. After our flight we interview one more pilot (Bill French) he shared some great stories with us and truly inspired me to try new things. Overall, this airport is a great environment and an amazing place to visit.