My student Taryn and I flew a cross-country to Madison and back. We saw plenty of flooding around Wisconsin. Country USA, muddy and sloppy! A dreary day, but OK to fly. A farm with a moat! Lots … Read More
My student Taryn and I flew into Iola for the Friday lunch and enjoyed some barbecue ribs. It was my first time flying in there this year. It would be Taryn’s first time flying the flight school’s Cessna 175, … Read More
My student Michael Dewane passed his private pilot checkride today! Mike began flight lessons in June 2008 at age 15 and managed to fit flight training into his busy schedule of extracurricular activities. Slowly but surely over a little more … Read More
Some light rain in the distance created an unusually colorful sunset in Waupaca tonight.
I pushed my student Bart out of the nest this evening. Congratulations to him on his first solo! The setting sun made for a pretty sky – not as dark as the photo makes it look. Some of the higher … Read More
Ribs don’t pop up often on the Friday lunch menu at Iola, and when they do, I must go. They’re good. The weather turned out great today for my student Rick and I to fly in for lunch. Sadly … Read More
This is bizarre. The EAA AirVenture grounds are still so wet today that almost no one can fly in. Normally I’d want to sit in my camp chair on the north end of the airport and watch planes land. But … Read More
Congratulations to my student Robb, who made three takeoffs and landings as sole occupant today in Appleton!