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 My 2019 Flying Adventures

2019 - Nothing new coming up this year. I'm hoping to make it to Sun-n-Fun - Lakeland, FL, back up to Belfast, ME and Petit Jean, AR this year.

Jan. 2019
Repacked bearings and replaced the brake pads. I'll need new tires all the way around later this year.

David and I decided to fly down to the Shelbyville, TN fly-in breakfast then we flew over the Tullahoma for some cheap fuel, while there we decided to check out the Beechcraft Heritage Museum. This is a really nice Museum and had a lot more planes than I thought it had. If your ever in the area stop and check it out. One of the AOPA fly-ins is scheduled to be here this year, Sept. 13 and 14


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April 2019
Time for Sun N Fun. I decided to fly down to Lakeland, FL for SnF and my buddy Sam asked if I wanted a passenger - sure! The initial plan was to fly down Wed. morning and fly back Sat. morning. Well just like every year the weather was changing and making it hard to decide exactly what to do. Tuesday night with the weather for the weekend not looking to good, I decided to leave earlier than normal and maybe coming home earlier.

We took off at 5:15 am, set the autopilot and climbed to 9500' for a dark smooth ride toward Florida. We were a little northwest of Atlanta, GA when the sun decided to join us. We stopped in Moultrie, GA for our fuel stop as we do every time we go to SnF.

 

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