Flew a plane. It's been a while. The last logbook entry I have was the acceptance flight for the new owner of the MU2 in September 2020. I've been up once since then (in this same 340) sometime last year, right seat only, doing some MEI work. But my friend asked me if I wanted to go fly with him and then offered the left seat for the go-home leg. It's been nearly 2 years since I touched the controls of an airplane, and over 4 years since the last time I flew a Twin Cessna (the 414). I've never flown a 340 from the left seat, although with 1,000 hours in 310s and another 250 in the 414, there's nothing special about a 340. It's basically a cross between the two in terms of how it flies. The landing was too flat but the plane was reusable. I flew through a cloud and kept heading and altitude dead on (so screw you, @Mtns2Skies , I still breathe instruments ). Didn't feel rusty at all on flying or radio work. Center/approach kept us too high so there was a typical for me brick descent, done smoothly and controlled. I was happy with how I did. I really haven't had a desire to fly since selling the MU-2 and shutting down Cloud Nine, and the reality is I still don't. This wasn't logable time for me - I have no medical (or basic med), no flight review, no IPC, and I'm not current in anything with wings, and I'm not going to go out and change any of that. With around 3,300 hours, I really don't care about getting more time in my logbook. While it's not a ton of time, it's enough. But, this was a lot of fun. And riding the BMW (with its baby-airplane-esque-air-cooled boxer engine) just made it a nice day all around. No desire to get back to what I did with Cloud Nine, I'm glad I did those trips but I'm also glad those days are behind me. And as I was thinking about how I'd like to travel, I still am not wanting to switch back from the RV and other ground-based vehicles. But, it does leave me thinking that there may be a place where one day I'll get back into it. When I bought the Aztec I was thinking about a Lancair 360 instead, and the difference was essentially whether I wanted to go down the road of pleasure flying or whether I wanted to do the non-profit work. It's no secret which direction I chose and it was a great ride, but I also always felt like there was that section I never did. So, maybe one day. But not today, tomorrow, or this year. I already have too many projects in the shop that I need to complete.