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Discussion in 'Photos' started by andy29847, Aug 14, 2007.
My V-Star 650 and an F-84 at Thunderbird Park in Indian Springs
i popped this under the self portraits reflection in mirror thread but guess it really belongs here?
today for the portland photo tag
my old bike befor the crash that got me the bike above :) for the Vancouver Washington photo tag last year
Nice prop! A glider op that actually cares.
Redtails '15 going to 28 rt, Marine drive, man I miss pdx!
The UH 1 pic is that at the VFW in Salmon Creek?
A small private airplane and helicoptercollection near Borkheide, Brandenburg, Germany. Some guys from www.enduro4ever.de , a forum for riders around Berlin. March 2009, rain and mud. The plain ... I don`t know ... Antonow? Iljuschin? Ask the Faulpelz (second from right). He is an ADV-Member and knows every sh.t like that.
Yup! Piper PA-25-235 Pawnee. Looks like a farm truck and sort of flies like one, too! About the only thing it does well is go slow. It climbs pretty good, too with the ag rig removed. Yesterday the density altitude was 8700' with an airport elevation of 5300' and we were towing to 11,000'.
This is the last of the F-15's at Eglin. I camped at Postal Point the weekend I took this picture.
This was a great weekend!!
Too bad it doesn't have any spray booms I think it would pay more and be a hell of a lot more fun flying dodging powerlines and fence rows
At least you get to fly, more than I can say. One day....
Dixon, Illinois? I drive by that almost every day.
Pay?? People get paid to fly Pawnees?
I figure that finally someone else is paying for the airplane and I get the mental therapy time alone in the cockpit every weekend as most of my compensation. Landing short and departing on tow from a less than 2000' x 10' runway in high and hot Boulder has a way of focusing one's thoughts on the task at hand...
How do you know when there is a pilot in the room?
He'll tell you.
Yes, years ago it was the case. I must have walked around the terminal for an hour after my first flight as Captain with four new shinny bars.
Today many of us would rather change in the bathroom and go home incognito. Welcome to the days of unruly passengers, disgruntled F/As and locked flight deck doors
Fun times in one back then and on the other nowadays:
The German Navy decommissioned my beloved BR 1150 Atlantiques last year... I guess after 40 years in service it deserved to retire...