Thursday, December 09, 2010

Still Kicking

The IFR Pilot and 2TB are alive and well. Only 34.3 hours of flying in 2010, and if the current weather patterns in Northeast Ohio hold true, there may not be any more flying this year. Hard to justify the economics of sole-aircraft ownership for that few number of hours. Early resolution for 2011: Find someone to link up with, or consider "scaling back" to something that flies behind an IO-360.

Meanwhile, The Dad came through with an early Christmas present: A Spot Satellite Messenger with GPS. Look for implementation of that on this website soon! Wish we had one of those when we made the Alaska trip in '05.

Oh, and with the most recent flight, the logbook hit 700.0 total hours!!!

5 Comments:

At 12/10/2010 01:30:00 AM, Blogger Dave Starr said...

Delighted to see an entry here. Hope that the weather patterns are less bleak than the forecast and you can get a few more hours in ... write whenever you want to, someone here or there is always in "receive" mode

 
At 12/16/2010 02:03:00 PM, Anonymous Mark Attwood said...

I love reading your blog. I'm starting to fly again after 20 years and inspired by you, have started my own flying blog. Keep posting, and I'll keep reading!

 
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