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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by Inverted, Nov 19, 2012.
Some cloud pics:
Flying southbound over Flint (KFNT):
Lol. I was going into IFP Laughlin one time in a Mooney Ranger. There was a Beech Crutches who #1 on the descent. That’s until I traded altitude for airspeed. Enter the new sheriff lol. Meh, I’ll forget the time me and a Bo were departing Harris Ranch. When I rotated, they were loading. Ate me up as we climbed towards BFL. The food chain comes to mind. Leaving SBA for CMA with a Santa Ana on my back SBA approach clocked us at 185 kts. Love dem Mooney’s.
Didn't he do it wrong as per FAR 91.113? Overtaking should be done on the right...
Correct, it should be on the right. However, we were in radio contact (122.75) long before the overtake, and coordinated and agreed to the pass to the left side (mainly for photography reasons). In addition we each had both ADSB and visual locations on each other. As the pass method was coordinated and agreed to, I see no issue. If I were to pass another plane that I was not in contact with, I would certainly pass to the right and at a much greater distance.
Lunch run to LZU this afternoon
^^^that boy sure does love his reubens!
Oh man, tots and reubens!
Bill Jennings - You have very good M/C tastes. See PM tomorrow
Tots? Looks like fried okra to me.
Since the restaurant is in ''Jawga'' I would suspect fried okra..
blocking out the tail number to hide your illegal activity, smh
Yeah, fried okra and a Reuben (The Flying Machine makes a great one btw.)
#wingshot on the way to Knoxville this evening.
Herald Harbor, MD
LA sprawl, LAX, Torrey Pines in San Diego. Last Friday’s work flight.
The beginning of some night flying
Well it's not everyday you see a backcountry Husky sightseeing over NYC.
Some more L.A. sightseeing, but at about 1800' AGL. Busy GA airspace...a few other pilots had the same idea this afternoon!
Watched this land as we headed out on an ifr training flight.
Never saw this fast in my PA28.
Once u get a taste for speed it’s hard to go back. I can see the appeal of flying around @Shepherd style, but I got the need......
Yeah. My doggie flights tomorrow would take 22.5 hours to drive. Plane will do it in about 6. Don't ask about the fuel bill though...
Knocked out the IFR long cross country today with a trip to MDW.
I think I heard you on the radio. Sometime between 3pm and 4pm?
We went to SPI first, so we could fly the MOTIF 6 arrival. We would've been on with Peoria around 3-3:30.
Well I was flying from Arkansas to Chicago. So I was with St. Louis Approach, then Peoria Approach, then Chicago Center then Chicago Approach. I thought I heard an Archer going into Midway. I landed at 1C5 around 3:30.
I was surprised, we saw at least 3 other pa28s there. We got in just after 4:00.
Ok, I went all stalker on you. I was a little bit ahead. at one point in our tracks I was the dropped pin and you were the other circle.
Nice! I've seen 210kts in our T182T. Suffered on the way back with 100kts tops.
Coming from st louis, you must've passed us? I assume you had a good 40 knots on us.
We were pretty busy at that point, as soon as we went to Chicago approach, they switched us from the motif to the endee arrival, which we weren't sure we could fly with our ancient king gps. Got a lot of practical experience today with programming that old piece of junk.
Looks like as you were climbing out of SPI I was 20 miles due west of SPI.
Here’s a taste of Alaska flying (with my training wheel on the front of the plane).
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What kind of rotating camera mount was that?
The camera is the Insta360 ONE R. It records 360° then I pan it around later in the app.
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Thanks. I'm impressed.
I've never had any great desire to record my flights (I don't even take many still photos with my phone when I'm flying), but what you were able to do with that camera set up has got me thinking...