Monthly Archives: September 2011

Checkride Prep

Since we didn’t get quite the amount of hood time we wanted in the last lesson, we scheduled a rare weeknight lesson for tonight. It had rained off and on all day today, so I wasn’t really sure if the … Continue reading

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New Instructor

As I mentioned at the end of my last post, Joel, my instructor, has taken a new job in Seattle and is no longer available. That left me with finding a new instructor to finish up my last 3.3 hours … Continue reading

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Cedar Key

The idea for today’s flight came from the flight school. Each month, they plan a “fly-out” to a restaurant somewhere about an hour’s flight from F45. I haven’t been flying to any of them this year, because I have been … Continue reading

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So Long, DUJBY

Today was another instrument flight, this time with a new safety pilot, John. I met John last year when we met at the ground school for the instrument written test at one of the local high schools. He has yet … Continue reading

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