Monthly Archives: February 2015

Classes?

This week has been pretty weird, I’ve actually had to go to class again. I’ve been taking more tests and assessments than I took all last semester this week. Because of this, It’s nice to know the rest of the … Continue reading

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Bittersweet Sunday

As I woke up at 12:30 this morning and looked over at my ever-present blue alarm clock, I realized it was Sunday again. I’ve lost track of the days since we’ve been through all of these snow days. I even … Continue reading

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The snow is fun now!

While the snow on campus hasn’t melted yet (there’s actually a ton of it left), it’s become more manageable now. Most of the sidewalks have been cleared, and the side roads have been starting to get plowed as well so … Continue reading

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EKU campus shutdown

Yesterday, our area in central Kentucky got so much snow, I can’t even begin to estimate the inches outside my window. It had to have been a foot or more. The snow fell all day, and did not stop until … Continue reading

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Terrorist Threat

Last week someone walked into the Combs classroom building, went into a bathroom stall, and chiseled: “Bringing gun to here. 2-11-15. Dead students.” Obviously, tremendous cautions were taken. Almost all classes were cancelled for the day all over campus, multiple … Continue reading

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Flying a Cessna 172 to Myrtle Beach (730 NM, 10 Hrs)

Yesterday I took the best cross country flight I will ever take in a small single engine airplane. With my room mate Adam and flight instructor Anthony, I packed into a Cessna 172R Skyhawk and flew all the way down … Continue reading

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Gatlinburg Fun

This week has been fantastic. I continued with the good streak of flying and weather, and took a trip to Gatlinburg, Tennessee. (KGKT) The route I took was basically just going south through VORs, and once I was 20 miles … Continue reading

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