Good day for a lesson on basic instrument flying in the Cirrus, on an IFR flight plan in marginal VFR weather.
What are the odds? I rarely get to leave the Midwest these days, so when I had to fly to Huntsville, Alabama of all places, I couldn’t believe my eyes when I ran into someone I knew from back home. … Read More
Originally published in the EAA UL41 Chapter Newsletter, May 2013 Sometimes we pilots really do have the best seat in the house. There are certain things that I love to see from the air, like a great sunset, the … Read More
It was a very beautiful evening to fly along with my instrument student in his Cirrus! The sunset was great, and so was the view of the moon.
Snow showers – lots of them not reaching the ground – made it a good day for my student to practice filing an IFR flight plan for a short round-robin. He practiced approaches in Clintonville and Appleton. These pictures give … Read More
The landscape near Green Bay has that weird between-seasons look now with recent melting. There is more snow down by Manitowoc. Beautiful weather for flying in the SR22. My student was working on instrument approaches. Fox River south of Green … Read More
Here’s a glimpse of Devil’s Lake near Wisconsin Dells. I got to fly all over the place today on a fun cross-country lesson in a Cirrus SR22. I love how the plane is so fast and lets you see such … Read More
My flight student Jordan planned a dual cross-country flight from Green Bay to Madison and back today. It was a good lesson with the real-world mission of visiting his brother. We joined him for a late lunch. Jordan got to … Read More