Monthly Archives: September 2016

No Co-Pilot Needed

When I wrote up my impressions of the Diamondstar after my first few flights, I didn’t dwell on the three drawbacks that I noticed even after my first test flight in the plane: 1. The canopy offers incredible views, but … Continue reading

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No Fly Zone

Please stop flying below mandatory FAA regulations over Venice. Actually, stop flying over Venice period. That was a comment posted on one of the pages of the blog. I don’t approve comments if they are from an anonymous account, I … Continue reading

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Where are dee batteries?

(Many thanks to Demetri Martin for the hours of laughs as we buzzed through the sky. Dexter found Demetri on YouTube, then downloaded his comedy albums and would often be laughing hysterically in the back seat as I was preparing … Continue reading

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Otto, You’re Fired

Oh, that’s sort of sad for Otto. So trustworthy (except when he’s not). In my head, the KAP 140 in the new plane is the same pilot as the one that was in the old plane. The operation and display … Continue reading

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Photo Crossing, Beta

I appear to have lost the “blog roll” portion of my sidebar. I’ll have to fix that eventually. But one of the blogs over there is Photographic Logbook, which always seems clever to me because you want to snap some … Continue reading

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