Lately I've given up on waiting all day for the winds and the bumps to die down. Besides that I'm retired... so I get up at 6:00 am, take a cup of coffee, head out to the hanger and go flying 'bout 7am when it's nice and cool, smoooth, and just fly around watching the town wake up. Best time to fly!!!!
Well after missing last year's safety seminar, I think I'll show up at this one on March 3rd. Be good to see the friends I only see at the seminar. In fact I think I might head up to the one in WI on the 17th too.
Started flying in early 70's, Have been a volunteer at Oshkosh for 30+ years, helped start safety seminars in IL,IN,WI,KY.
Have a wife Nancy, son Frankie, daughter Cathy, grandkids Nathan, Benjamin, Emily, 1 black and tan longhair Dach'ie Rocky, 1 red longhair Max and silly little Cally Rose, our Calico kiten.
And finally my aircraft "AirMale"