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02/02/11 12:08 AM #1    

 

Brett Kriger

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01/05/19 08:01 AM #2    

Clark Schadle

Happy New Year

 

 

Hope you all have a great one!  What are the class mates up to? 

Sue and I are still in Georgia and I am still flying.  I retired last July after 12 years flying a Sabreliner. Now I am flying aircraft under 6000lbs.

 

 picture of play toys in my hanger

 


01/05/19 10:19 AM #3    

Kim Waterhouse

Happy New Year Clark!

 

Isn't Basic Med great? Just perfect for something up to a Baron 58.

Still have my Carbon Cub but leave it in Oregon for the winter while down in Arizona.

 

Have a good one,

 

Kim


01/05/19 01:20 PM #4    

Clark Schadle

Does this make any of the fast movers out there homesick??  Seems like wing may just a bit low?

 


01/06/19 11:28 AM #5    

Gary Porter

Not quite "light on the star" but close enough.


01/06/19 02:11 PM #6    

Clark Schadle

I knew you would respond Garry!

 

 

Are still flying ?


01/07/19 11:16 AM #7    

Gary Porter

When my right shoulder completely recovers from the early November rotator cuff repair surgery I intend to get back flying C-172s that I rent locally.  Your "toys" look great, particularly the ones clearly meant for acro.

 


01/08/19 08:40 AM #8    

Fred Allison (Ip)

8 JAN 19

 

HI GARY....SAW YOUR RESPONCE ABOUT DINGED SHOULDER. TRUST A RAPIDR ECOVERY.

GETTING BACK IN THE T-41 REMINDS ME OF A DEMONSTARTION I DID ONCE FOR ONE OF MY SHARPER T-41 STUDENT. I BET HIM DRINKS THAT I COULD TAKE-OFF AND LAND AND NEVER TOUCH THE CONTROL WHEEL. WATIED FOR A NO WIND DAY AND HE TOOK THE BET. THE TRICK WAS USE OF A WHOLE LOT OF ELEVATOR TRIM ACTIVITY CRAZY RUDDER .......I DON'T THINK THE BALL WAS EVER IN THE CENTER!.........WHAT THE HELL!...........COORDIANTED FLIGHT WAS NOT  PART OF THE BET!................SOMETHING THELL ME WHEN HE WENT SOLO HE TRIED IT?

 

FREDDY ALLISON  (T-41 IP)
 


01/09/19 01:32 PM #9    

Gary Porter

Thanks, Freddy; so far so good.  Landing without the yoke must have been exciting.


01/09/19 02:27 PM #10    

Fred Allison (Ip)

WED.

 

HI G,

 

YEP, LANDING WAS KINDA EXXCITING AND WE HIT THE RUNWAY  WITH A BANG...............THE T-41 LANDING GEAR SPRUNG US RIGHT BACK UP AND WE HIT 3 MORE TIMES. PROBABLY THE MOST FORGIVING LANDING GEAR MADE. WOULDN'T TRY IT ON A PRIVITELY OWNED CESSNA MYSELF!T THANKS FOR HELPING ME REMEMBER THINK I SHOULD HAVE FORGOTTEN!...FLY SAFE!

 

F. ALLISON (T-41IP)


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