Hey Andre, The weather has started to improve lately in
New Brunswick and I am finally getting some decent flights in. I
had a couple of good flights in this morning in
Fredericton. Yesterday morning I had flown with a fellow
PPG pilot (Tracy D.) in Nackawick followed by a
great evening flight in Gagetown with Tracy and Mark D.. The pics
I had sent is from Gagetown N.B, even though it was about 8:00 PM
with light winds, the ride was quite bumpy with
strong thermals holding their ground in the fresh cut
farmland. Myself and other Pilots were invited to a Fly in
Breakfast next week-end followed by going to Bathurst N.B to fly
the coast. I'm Looking forward to it. See ya in the Fall.
July 6/05 Course July 2, 2005 - Short
vide from ground school; by Mark
Jack for introductory tandem flight yesterday. Great 45
min flight. He loved it. Introductory tandem flights are becoming a routine...
Sign up for one. COST: $ 75 + GST for 45 min flight. You must be
under 185 lb.
Aviation Expo - report by Andre
Mark pretty much summed up the whole
weekend so just couple of small bits from me. It was very cool to
attend every day flight briefing for pilots participating in display
flying. I got to hang out in the same room with the Canadian
Snowbirds, acrobatic and regular pilots and listen to briefing on
flight safety, latest forecast (presented by NAV Canada
representative - a professional weather man with synoptic maps,
charts etc) and participate in the "time hack"...