X-Plane CD, GPS Trainer

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  1. TangoWhiskey

    TangoWhiskey Touchdown! Greaser!

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    I have X-Plane listed on eBay, it ENDS TODAY, so if you want a good deal on this simulator, bid now:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=5809012165&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT

    I also have a copy of ASA's GPS Trainer V1.0, which includes multi-media based training on three different gps units (Garmin 430, Apollo GX, and Bendix/King KLN89B). This cd is NOT listed on eBay (YET), and I'll give it to the weekend to offer it to a Board member... do I hear $20?

     
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    Hey, Troy, if you thnk that GPS trainer CD is worthwhile (especially on training for use in approaches), I'll pop for the $20.00; maybe I can turn it into a $120.00 CD by flying over to 52F to pick it up?
     
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    What do you fly, Skip? You pop over to 52F or T67 and give me a ride somewhere I can buy you a burger, and I'll GIVE you the CD.... :) Besides, it would be nice to meet you.
     
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    Well Troy, I fly whatever the schedule supports (the flying club schedule, that is). For trips of length, it's usually a Bonanza (F33, C33 or A36); for local hops, its almost always a Cherokee (really sweet C-model 180), and the 'tweeners call for a Cardinal RG.

    Would have planned for this weekend, but it looks now as if we are likely to have Rita romping all over us. May also have a family of Rita refugees (sorry, "evacuees") from Houston staying at the casa.

    Subject only to logistics, however, call it a date-in-planning. IM w/ phone number, and I'll look forward to meeting you.

    By the way, I had assumed for some twisted reason (I think you met Dave T there) that you were 52F based; but I have never been to Hicks, and I am always up for something new, so tell me which is easiest (FTW's ok too, but somehow, big airports are less... interesting).
     
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    I'll P/M you...