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0.2 Actual

Until today, I hadn’t flown through clouds since the fall of 2003!  Today I had a flight lesson towards my instrument instructor rating and I had to file an IFR flight plan.  There was a low, thin layer of clouds that were going to get in our way.  I did three instrument approaches and ended up in the clouds a few times.  It was neat to be reminded what that is like.  I logged 0.2 hours of actual instrument time, and when we were up in the sunshine, I logged 1.2 hours of simulated instrument time wearing the foggles.