Flew this morning for the first time since my checkride and carried my first passenger along. My son Pryce went with me and had a great time. He loves airplanes. He was a CAP cadet when he was a kid and in high school he worked as a line boy at Jack Brown's Seaplane Base in Winter Haven. He'll be leaving town for his job in a couple of months, so I'll try to fly with him as much as we can until then. Weather was gorgeous this morning, no clouds, winds about 2 knots, and we flew out of Apopka (X04) and headed south for a short sight-seeing flight. I stayed at 2500' for the entire flight which was great for enjoying the view. We flew down to Lake Wales, got an airborne view of Bok Tower ( https://boktowergardens.org/ ), then headed back north and overflew my house in Haines City on the way back to Apopka. Winds were gusty back at Apopka, but I got us back on the ground okay and the plane can be flown again, so I guess it qualifies as a great landing. 1.5 on the Hobbs, and a score of 10 on the funmeter. My son loved it and is looking forward to going up again soon. And I have to say... It certainly was a pleasant change to make a flight without the engine failing six times, without having to land on a soft field, then a short field, then a soft field, without a cabin fire, without equipment failures, and on and on.