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Discussion in 'Cool Places to Fly' started by John221us, Feb 10, 2013.
Great flyin with great people!
Martina and I very much enjoyed it. We hope to see you soon again.
That was patrick, onwards, and clear prop (and their passengers - each had one guest).
That was Oliver aka german guy (plus his wife, Martina, they both flew and are both pilots from Germany), skyscraper, aeric, and john221us.
Heh heh heh! Okay this is a question for anybody except those at the fly in (you guys already know the answer, don't spoil it,)
Can you spot the Sac Arrow?
Thank you for posting these pictures, Kimberly.
Is this like "Where in the World is Waldo"?
Something like that yeah.
Hint: I had the shrimp Louie salad. And I like hot sauce.
@ Kimberly: Thank you for posting the pictures. I especially like the two girl pilots!
So cool. Wish I could of made it.
I missed this post/link. This is just a tiny part of what makes California such a nice state to fly and live in.
That lake (New Melones) is a huge and great boating/jetskiing/camping lake.
Yeah, I wish I could have made it. Couldn't leave the Bay Area. So, I took a local lesson on a complex aircraft (177RG) and flat-spotted a tire aborting a no-flap takeoff after it failed to leave the ground after rotation. It seems you guys had a better day....
At least the show that evening went well.
Maybe I should try the "think system" on that 177RG (any guesses which show that was?).
I have started a new thread for April.
NorCal Flyin April Edition