Monthly Archives: July 2013

Is this safe?

I believe the risks I take are justified by the sheer love of the life I lead. ― Charles A. Lindbergh When I talk to people about flying in the little plane, or suggest we go somewhere in it, they often ask … Continue reading

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The Catalina Island Hike

I am embarrassed how long it took us to find it, but there is a delightful little two mile hike around the airport out on Catalina. Above is the Runkeeper track of the last time I hiked it, with Dexter … Continue reading

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The Speed of Sound

Things just move way too fast. This is Abel Tazman Lehman, Adam’s son. He’s only two, but he already dwarfs a Kansan variant of the Beech D18. He is very into trucks, cars, tractors, airplanes, anything with a motor. He is … Continue reading

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West Coast College Hop

Our plane is registered with a vanity tail number, N971RD. It means that Rudy and Dexter were nine and seven when we got the plane (and I have just the one wife). It seems astonishing, but Rudy is now seventeen … Continue reading

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