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It happens. I did a couple of foolish things similar this before I convinced myself to slow the heck down.
Last week, as I was taxiing by the...
Also a clean belly. I'm so glad others chose to imitate my lead. (haha).
That's really a great plane. So simple.
The Piper Lance/Saratoga is hard to beat. IMO, avoid things that steal your useful load, such as air conditioning.
There's a few fixed-gear...
That's a clean belly!
No IO-540 conversion?
You didn't have to worry about that, until now.
I did you a favor and reported you. You know.... for your own good.
Short answer. YES.
Setting the altimeter to 29.92 will give you your pressure altitude, which will seldom be the same as your actual altitude....
Looks like a best-possible outcome.
looking forward to seeing the analysis
-17 points for incorrect homophone.
I checked, and wifey's iPad has automatic app updates, and it's current.
I just picked it up again, after having had it on the charger for a...
My wife's iPad serves as the 2nd copy of Garmin Pilot in the cockpit.
I'm not always as good about updating it as I am my own iPad.
Splitting where it's not legal is more dangerous in the sense that:
When you're doing this - the car drivers choose to make themselves the...
What I'm about to say will be unpopular, but it's my opinion.
If there's a glider operation near you - I'd start FIRST with gliders, and get a...
+100 points for proper spelling of Spridel.
splitting where it’s not legal is dangerous. When I am in CA I split constantly. When in AZ I have to turn it off.
Now, now. Intentionally omitting part of my words is misleading. I'm surprised you'd stoop to this to make a point.
I only blow the limits to...
I calculate that I probably have 60,000 miles of lanesharing experience. That's a small portion of my total miles.
It's easier and safer, when...
I'm always three standard-deviations above the speed limit when I'm passing a Harley Train in the mountains.
They're never happy.
would be fun to do again in 2021!