To club or not to club...

I have recently joined a newly formed club about 20 miles from home. Before that I flew on my own and has taught myself to fly by way of this group, FMS and Aerofly Pro. I must admit, flying at a club is much more fun. For the newbies - I wrote one trainer off in the process of teaching myself. Bottomline - join a good club where you would feel comfortable & welcome.

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The key is feeling comfortable and welcome. Makes no difference if it's a club or just a group of good friends. Comfortable, welcome and having fun are the key ingredients to this. Anytime any of those three are better when you're alone, it's time to move on.

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Chuck Jones

Chuck hit that one right on!


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