Monthly Archives: November 2012

Glass Panel Continued airworthiness…

I was reading an article in Aviation Consumer tonight, and it talked about buying used airplanes with glass panels. It went on to alert the buyer to the varying needs for continued maintenance and other actions to ensure the glass … Continue reading

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I’m bored-Seaplane Rating

First – I had a bad landing the other day. Gusty crosswind no where near my limits, but I wasn’t paying enough attention and had to correct quite a bit in the final few seconds. It ended well, but was … Continue reading

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Simulator Room is Moving

The winter season, especially February, is simulator season. The days are short; the nights bitter cold; and the wear and tear on engines and components in those conditions looms at the front of my mind. I’m old and have done … Continue reading

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Anniversary Flight

On Friday 11/9/12, Bev and I flew to Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia to celebrate our 15th wedding anniversary. I didn’t get video on the way down, but the flight can be viewed here on YouTube. Up until the day before, we … Continue reading

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Goal Achieved!!

I had been over to Atlantic City Thursday afternoon  (11/1/12), after returning from Storm Restoration activity with the PEPCO folks.  On that flight I flew approaches into Salisbury and Atlantic City, picking up 2.6 hours of flight time along the way. … Continue reading

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Long Beach Island Recon Flight

My sister inlaw Janice has a friend with a home on Long Beach Island, and asked me to check on his property for him. Dave – click the links below to see the YouTube uploads of the flight. Background This flight … Continue reading

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