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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by Inverted, Nov 19, 2012.
Someone tell me which warbird is that?
A 4 low-wing back taxi convoy
Minneapolis...they didnt allow us over the LE TFR but did clear us into the Bravo and over KMSP about 3 miles south. First pic is two fires still smouldering on Lake Street from previous night. Other pic is going over KMSP, both about 45min before sunset tonight. Really weird seeing interstates closed.
Beautiful morning along the blue TN River. Turning right base Houston Co.
nah just my flying buddy Leann. who apparently eats enough to choke a horse.
didn't know there was food there, that's a big honkin' fish sandwich!
I highly recommend the place. a coupl'a things tho:
1) don't expect fast service. I mean, it is slllllloooooooww.
2) don't show up exactly at noon on either Saturday or Sunday. apparently anyone flying in there feels, for some reason, that they have to be in the pattern at exactly 12:00 noon. 15 minutes before, fine. 15 minutes after, great. but noon is an effing zoo.
as for the fish, she got the samich, I got the platter. there was enough fish in the platter for 3 smaller meals, 2 big'uns. and it was really tasty. lemme know if you're planning on heading up that way.
I'll miss this weekend, but gonna call a lunch Saturday real soon like...
Did you bring enough to share with POA, hmmmm?
Flying tomorrow, but I'm not sure any eateries are open withing flying distance of the Cub.
kmtv, nice place, cheap fuel, but watch the turbulence when wind blowing over the hills to the west.
So do you have to do a new weight and balance calculation after lunch? I’m thinking I would have to if I ate that samwich. One of the sad things about living here in the PNW (Idaho) is there really are no restaurants on most of the local fields or simply great places to fly to get something to eat. I envy you guys in the Carolinas for that, and the great beaches. But having lived in both North and South Carolina, I don’t envy you enough to move back.
sounds like an OPPORTUNITY cha-ching! u can name a burger after me when u strike it rich.
That moment when you decide to keep descending after reaching minimums and still don’t have the runway in-sight...
Just kidding! Capt @Bill Jennings aced all three approaches!
A beautiful evening aloft...
On the ILS 20 @ CHA
Admiring the low wing?
I'm noticing the partially closed fuel cap
That side has always stuck up a little bit, but it's fully secure. Been like that since 2006, haven't lost it yet...
Landing last night at the home drome. All vidoegrapher props go to @Ryanb . I need to start landing off centerline, there are some pretty big divots in the pavement along the centerline, the nosewheel bounces along pretty badly. Oh, and towards the end you can see a couple of people going for an even stroll alongside the runway. Weird...
you're probably losing at least a 1/2 knot or more!
A few pics from this week...
Departing Destin and going up the corridor today
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I'm really enjoying these AZ history lessons. Keep them coming please.
Early morning panoramic of lake Norman
VFR at 5500ft...
...on the bike
Doesn’t that island on the left almost look fake, like it was photoshopped in?
Our local on field restaurant at KMTO opened up this weekend for a trial run. Took the opportunity to take my 2yo for his first ride. He loved it..... face glued to the window just like I was when I was little.
Those turned out good!
that is cool looking!