Flying adventures of a 800+ hour instrument-rated private pilot located somewhere in the Midwest, who plans to resume working on his commercial ticket shortly. Co-owner of a 1985 Trinidad TB-20, N62TB. Former co-owner of a Piper Arrow IV and before that a Cessna 172E that he flew to Alaska in the summer of 2005.
Tuesday, October 11, 2005
Shopping Can Be Dangerous!
The IFR Pilot had to swing by the downtown airport today to pick up some approach plates for one of the partners, who's making a quick jaunt this week. The pilot shop at the Home Base didn't have the right ones, so I did him a favor.
Doing favors usually comes back to haunt me. Do I really need one of these as my "winter project"???
Well, at the very least, it will give me something to do to distract myself while the medical issue resolves itself...