Beautiful planes, Michael. Thanks for both versions.
I have a friend who, occasionally, takes me flying on his model
NO airplane has a better view than from that front seat...(c;
I lost a shoe somewhere over the SC swamps riding that damned
It's called "Breezy" for a reason...(c; Most people won't go
near it...something about thin sheetmetal makes flying safer,
which it doesn't....
It's not an ultralight...Too big for that. My friend has combat
experience in jets over Vietnam, so not much bothers him...
Don't forget your camera....er, ah...FIRMLY strapped to your
It's great fun....IF you stay away from CLOUDS. It's raining
inside and under clouds, even on a dry day on the ground.
Air temperature at altitude is exhilarating, too. If you get too
hot in the summer, just climb out until the temperature drops to
suit you. The air conditioner works too good most of the time.
The only way to fly in it weather under 60F on the ground is in a
snowsuit, helmet, wrapped up as tight as you can get. It's
really cold up there this time of year, even here in The South!
You land and they all look at you like you're crazy wearing all
those suits wrapped up like a cocoon...(c;
Oh, and stay away from BIRDS!....especially from UNDER
birds!...yecch! Whatever is in the air within 10 miles...you can
plan on it being all over you...hee hee.
Isn't it ironic that the same ISPs that are telling you
you're downloads threaten their networks......
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