Monthly Archives: December 2015

Getting Back to It

Happy New Year! As the new year rolls in, my list of things to do is going to increase substantially. Two days ago, my buddy flyer Horace texted me an update about his flying and Richmond. He should be caught … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas to all of you! This time each year I become thankful for all of my friends and family, and my readers are now inseparable from that. Thank you for reading these blogs each week. Now onto the aviation … Continue reading

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What your coffee says about you as a pilot

I’ve only been around aviation for a few years, but in that brief span I have come to appreciate the roll of coffee in the business. Nearly everyone at the airport capable of hopping in the left seat of an … Continue reading

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Good News!

Last week, I had a stage check (flight test) with the safety officer at EKU, Mark Farris. I had always heard stories of his checks, and flew one with him over the summer for my multi-engine stage check. He works … Continue reading

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A Crazy End to the Semester

When I hear the average student around EKU’s campus complaining about problems they may be having, I cannot help but wish I had their same problems to worry about. Us flight students have to stress out about many unique factors … Continue reading

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