The other side of the same piece showing the control cable pulleys on the right.
Closer view of the pulleys.
Part number and inspection stamp on the same piece. Many of the pieces had part numbers and inspection stamps.
One of the landing gear doors.
The other side of the door.
Another piece from the fuselage frame.
Another track and pieces from the canopy.
Group of pieces.
Part of the canopy frame.
Another piece from the canopy frame.
Coiled tubing about two inches in diameter with some type of insulation on it.
Closer view of the same piece of frame.
Looks like a piece from the wing joint between one of the inner and outer sections.
Looking back as I make my way farther up the slope.
The Harvard's long engine exhaust pipe.
It still had part of the exhaust manifold and engine mount attached.
View from the other side showing the piece of the engine mount.
One last piece from the fuselage frame. Pieces of the frame were scattered over a large area.
This piece had an interesting looking part attached. It's about eighteen inches long and made from cast aluminum, wasn't able the figure out what it is.
Another coiled insulated tube.
A hinge, no idea where it's from.
This is the only piece that I found with a tag.
Close up of the tag.
One of the ailerons. This is about half of it, the trim tab would be in the center.
This view shows the trim tab, part of the linkage and a hinge.
Part of the counter weight can be seen in the leading edge.
Found the other aileron nearby.
A little bit of the fabric covering remained.
Only found traces of the engine. This part is from one of the valve pushrod tubes.
A fairly large piece of wreckage.
The other side of the same piece. Looks like it might be the center section of the horizontal stabilizer.
Think that this piece might be from the wing.
Guessing that this is a hinge from one of the control surfaces.
Access cover, wasn't able to read the lettering.
Looks like a piece of the joint that attaches the outer wings to the center section.
Another view of the same piece. This was the last piece found as I started the hike out.
On the hike back to the truck. This turned out to be a great day. Was able to visit two sites in a scenic area and had good weather to do it in.
The photos from the days earlier hike to the Sikorsky HRS-2 can be seen at this link http://joeidoni.smugmug.com/Aircraft-Crash-Sites/HRS2/25623620_GC5tRh#!i=2115316082&k=Rg9hQxm