First update since 8/2017 to let readers know that I’m still getting high in the sky!
A year ago today, I went and bought an aircraft from a little old lady in Cadillac, Michigan. I’ve flown her quite regularly since taking the keys. Flying from Michigan back to Portland over a four-day journey over Mt. Rushmore, the Tetons, and numerous other stops on the way. Soon after I did something crazy […]
The weather was looking like it was going to be quite rainy, therefore cloudy, this week, so I took the opportunity of decent weather to take a number of friends flying. As a VFR (visual flight rules) pilot, I’m unable to fly through the clouds, and since I live in Portland (where there are plenty […]
David and I had talked about flying for some time, so yesterday, when I noticed there was going to be some good weather today, I decided to plan an early morning flight. Conveniently enough, his birthday was Wednesday a couple days ago and Ann, our third, had her birthday on Monday.
Once you obtain your pilots license, you have it forever. There are some requirements however that need to be done in order to keep flying. One of those requirements is the Biennial Flight Review, and I was able to get it done in just the nick of time.
Over the last 6-7 months, since writing about why to buy an airplane. My airplane partner and I have made it a reality and are flying back from Cadillac, Michigan this week to Portland, Oregon with OUR new (47-year-old) airplane that we just bought!
Evan and I have been trying to line up a flight together for a while, so when I had an opening to go flying this Saturday, I hit him up and we decided on going flying following the train lines. Since Evan is a big fan of trains and planes, he chose to have us […]
This week, I had the pleasure of flying Josh and his sister Meredith around downtown Portland. Josh is looking to get his pilots license over in North Carolina in the upcoming future, so it was great to be able to get him up in the cockpit and show him what it is like to fly […]
- Total Flight Time: 318.5 Hours
- Pilot In Command Time: 224.7 Hours
- Solo Time: 300.6 Hours
- >50NM Cross Country Time: 95.2 Hours
- >50NM Cross Country Time (Solo): 62.5 Hours
- Night Time: 8.5 Hours
- Simulated Instrument Time: 4.8 Hours
- Landings (Day/Night): 617 (593/24)
- Flight Training Received: 92.8 Hours
- Ground Training Received: 30.8 Hours