OK, so I think I may very well be thinking crazy, as I’ll be turning 62 years of age next month, and am toying with the idea of becoming a CFI. More like, a very remote possibility. But one none the less. I am at this rate just getting really close to getting private pilots license. Now that I think of it all though, would it really be plausible? I’m sure I’d have to get IFR certified, so there’s another 40+ hours. Then there’s the training for the CFI stuff. Then, after all that, what are the chances to make any money at being a CFI. This may all be nothing but a pipe dream, but as I get older, I hate the idea of life passing me by, and missing out on what could have been. I’ve always loved teaching people, and I really love flying. But one also needs to be realistic. Sorry for the rambling...just thinking out loud here.