After this morning (Friday 7 November) all baggage was complete again and we could take our car to the first base; Elefsis AB, home to 112 PM with its many transport aircraft. The weather was perfect and better than predicted; clear blue skies. We were the first ones to arrive on the base and the ERJ-135, C-130B, CL-215 and C-27J were quickly photographed on the platform. A Cougar was displayed in the hangar. Here also the base personnel was very friendly. On the way out we could even visit the museum and this option was gratefully accepted. After this successful visit we drove to the museum at Tatoi. On arrival here we also noticed large numbers of school kids. Did the buses that we saw at Kalamata all drive to Tatoi? The storage area could only be captured from behind the metal chain that was in place. After that we were able to capture the museum and even some flying T-41D and Coast Guard aircraft. When we left Tatoi the sun also disappeared. The next target was Tanagra AB, home to 114 PM with Mirage 2000s. When we arrived there there was still some flying going on; a Mirage 2000-5BG, F-16D and two F-4Es of 338 MDV took off. All would return an hour later, resulting the Mirage 2000-5BG taxying by just in front of us. Nice! The static display at this base is always nicely lined up. The sun wasn’t helping at this time be we have enjoyed ourselves a lot. Two coloured A-7s of Araxos (Tiger and Olympo), 60 years 338 MDV F-4E AUP and a Mirage 2000 with ’25 years’ jubilee coloured tail (with two different paint schemes). Also a large amount of older aircraft was put in place; from T-33A to C-47, F-104s, F-102, F-5A, Mirage F1CGs etcetera. Furthermore several Mirage 2000s were visible, among the two in the QRA hangar fully armed. Since this was the last base of the day we were not in a hurry and enjoyed a relaxed visit. But, “We’ll be back” (with sunshine!). At the guards house our big Greek friend was waiting, related to Borat from Kazakhstan. We would be seeing more of him later during the tour. After about 3.5 hours we arrived at our hotel in Larissa by 22.30 in the evening. We had already enjoyed our diner underway so all that was left was a quick shower and then off to bed. It had started to (seriously) rain in the meantime. The weather forecast for the next day was far from ideal; wet and cloudy.