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Still Here and Flying Around

April 13, 2015

I know it’s been a while since I last posted. Wow, I just checked and didn’t realize it had been 2 months. Life happens. According to Logbook Pro I have flown 4 times since then, including yesterday when this photo was taken. There is still snow on the top of Mt Rose but nothing anywhere […]

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A Weekend Flight to Washington

August 21, 2014

As most of you already know, AOPA has changed to a series of Regional Convertions/Fly-ins this year rather than one large event. Their thinking is that they will reach more people by going to them instead of requiring them to travel to AOPA. This month the regional event was in Spokane, WA, at Felts Field. […]

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Aviation Articles for July 15, 2011

July 15, 2011

The week started out with some nice prospects for this post but yesterday something I was working on locked up my computer almost to a standstill. I thought I had managed to close down all the programs correctly, but when my browser started up again after the reboot the open tabs were wiped clean. During […]

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Aviation Stories for April 1, 2011

April 1, 2011

Hmmm, April Fool’s Day. That leaves the door open for all sorts of stories – but I’ll be nice and only link to articles that are factual – to the best of my knowledge. It was a pretty light reading week – I guess everybody went to Sun-n-Fun. High school students tackle an unusual restoration […]

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A CFI Workshop

March 14, 2011

I attended a couple of meetings this week – one put on by the FAASTeam and one a local EAA Chapter pancake breakfast. Both included things I thought you might be interested in hearing. FAASTeam, in case you haven’t seen the term before, is the FAA Safety Team. they have a website at faasafety.gov where […]

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