Saturday Jul 10 2010 comments Thunder in the Sky By: Michael Kirby/Auburn Journal -A +A Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalNancy Ginest-Hill and her 1940 Stearman PT-17 WWII trainer. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalOne of the highlights of the air show was the Patriots L-39 Jet fly-by. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalNorman Pettit, of Meadow Vista and his 5 year old son Kai took in the action Saturday at the Auburn Air Fair. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalCrowds lined the Auburn Airport runway to catch a view of the flying action. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalAll eyes were skyward Saturday as Thunder in the Sky rolled into Auburn. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalStan Shook, of Auburn, climbs aboard a Patroit L-39 jet for a ride Saturday. Shook won a ride in the jet Friday night at the Hanger Party and Dinner by purchasing a lucky raffle ticket. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalStan Shook got lucky and took a ride in a jet. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalEight year old Connor Ronka is all smiles as he got to sit in the cockpit of a 1956 North American T-28 Saturday. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalAlice Johnson and five year old Wyatt Johnson sit in the shade of a plane wing to watch the action at the Thunder in the Sky air show Saturday in Auburn. Wyatt bought a couple of his own planes to take home. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalPilot Craig Judd of Cameron Park moves his 1943 Stearman bi-plane onto the Auburn Municipal Airport runway Saturday. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalNancy Ginest-Hill of Lincoln, does her pre-flight prepartations as she readies to take her 1940 Stearman PT-17 up. Ginest-Hill was one of the many planes on display and flown Saturday as part of Thunder in the Sky at Auburn Municipal Airport.