Megan Clark is an Oregon resident and has a master’s degree from both the University of Southern California and Portland State University. She is a novelist and a teacher, and a long-standing resident of Hedgebrook, a rural writing retreat for women. Her grandfather, George C. Clark II., was a radioman for the Army Air Corps in World War II., completing 46 missions in the European theater and was rewarded the Air Medal and the Oak Leaf Cluster. She is currently writing a novel based on his adventures.
The Bomber Restaurant and Catering
When Art Lacey, a young pilot and gasoline station owner, envisioned combining his two passions into a business, people questioned his sanity. The Bomber, located in Milwaukie, Oregon, was once a gas station and is now a restaurant with a vintage World War II B-17 G bomber—known as the “Flying …