There is a place in the United States where ordinary people live. The parking lot outside his house is full of planes, and in some houses more than one small plane can be seen.
This area of Sacramento, California, Cameron Airpark Estate was established after World War II. It is home to pilots, amateurs and others. You will find a small plane near almost every house here. There are 124 homes, 104 of which have their own small propeller aircraft.
The roads here are unusually wide, allowing airplanes and cars to pass through at the same time. In some places the roads are even wider than the airport runway. The boards here are so low that the arms of the planes collide with them. Interestingly, residents also fly to their offices.
Cameroon Airport is close to this area and the roads here reach this airport and so dozens of planes take off and land on the ground every day.
Interestingly, there is a steady stream of home buyers here and the price of some houses has reached 1.5 to 2 million dollars. If a house becomes vacant, it is sold on the same day. Interestingly, this house was built by the pilots of the Second World War and after that their descendants also continued this amateur aviation.