Took the Cessna up north and knocked out 4 more airports in my quest to land at every public airport in the state. Discovered in my flight planning that one of the ones on my list is now charted as private, so that is technically 5 off the list today. Only one remaining is paved, 8N2 "Skydive Chicago"- I'm going to wait until it's cold as to not interrupt their operations 3G8 and 3H5 are the other two, one of which is listed as an "ultralight port". These little grass strips have been a lot of fun. A couple of the ones I hit today I would be surprised if they were still around in 10 years. One of those, Cottonwood, 1C8, is probably the most unique one I've been to outside of 6Y9. It's buried in the suburbs north of Rockford. Taking off of 18 puts you over the top of a highschool at ~100'. As always I didn't take enough pictures, but here's a couple I did get: Part of me wishes I had thought to take pictures at every airport and make a book, but that would make it hard to hit multiples in a few hours like I did today. Also, I'm pretty lazy, so there's that. Flying is fun. Exploring is fun. Exploring by air is more funner.