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
One of my newer students and I had a pretty neat backdrop for his maneuvers practice this evening! We found an area of clear air to work with as snow showers moved in from the west.
Weird weather this morning. Flew a solo mission from Green Bay to Clintonville and back. The air was very rough within about 1,500 feet of the ground. Above that, it was like someone flipped a switch: it was smooth with … Read More
Snow! Here are pictures from a flight on this gloomy day in December. It was trying to snow some more while we were flying.
We have snow again!
Even though most of the leaves have fallen in northern Wisconsin, bright yellow tamarack trees are still creating pops of fall color. The scenery was especially dramatic today with ominous-looking snow and rain showers, rainbows, and a colorful background.
Winter threw somewhat of a surprise at me last night. It snowed like crazy as I drove down to teach ground school. I ended up ending class early because of the snow and bad road conditions. After leaving, I could … Read More
On Wednesday the 25th, I flew with my instructor for an instrument lesson with one of my own students riding in the back. Then that student had his lesson with me, with my friend who is working on her instructor … Read More