I took this shot way back in 1996 from the pilot’s seat with my flight instructor at the controls. From 1995, I was learning to fly at Boeing Field in Seattle. I nearly completed my pilot’s license but I had to stop to join the Peace Corps. Someday I hope to get my pilot’s license.
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I am flying the Cessna 152 at Boeing Field International Airport in Seattle, Washington. Runway 13L is the “small” runway used especially for training. Normally I spend one hour in the pattern doing about 10 touch and gos. The hour goes by real quick. Flying is fun. 🙂
The Parachute Rigger School. The good old days at NAS Memphis. It was funny since the Naval Air Station was not located in Memphis, Tennessee, but outside in Millington. I remember this town very well. Small, a place only families and retired people would like. I tended to stay on base during my times there. […]
My faithful Cessna 152. Just a two-seater, not a whole lot of horsepower. Still fun to fly. I took this plane from Seattle, Washington, to Hillsboro, Oregon. It was my long cross-country. I landed at Kelso, Washington, for a touch and go and later McMinnville, Oregon, for another touch and go. I landed in Hillsboro […]
Since I was a kid, I wanted to be a pilot. As a kid, I wanted to be a Japan Airlines pilot. In college I instead wanted to be a Marine Corps pilot. I got close when I was a Flight Equipment Marine but it was not real. Unfortunately, my military injuries kept me from achieving […]