Jan. 18, 2007- Knocking the rust out

Went flying Tuesday for the first time in two months. The plane handled great and it was nice to get back into the air again. Made a perfect landing (is there any other kind?) which is always nice to do when people are watching. Thinking about putting an ad on eBay to sell it, so I’m going over the logs to make sure everything is in order.

Hope she goes to someone who will appreciate her.

This picture was taken a couple of years ago at Jumbolair (Greystone), a fly-in community in Ocala where John Travolta and his family live. The owners have a Sunday brunch there on the first weekend of every month and the inn is a great place to stay. Beautiful place with the longest privately owned paved runway in the United States (7,550 ft. with a long runoff and a concrete jetblast wall on the south end).


About John Sep

Former Space Shuttle aerospace technician and private pilot now looking towards the next great adventure. Soon to be heading home from my overseas assignment! Transfered my blog from MySpace to here so check my older stuff for info and pictures from my days in space shuttle processing- lots of behind the scenes stuff! He drew pics, flew planes, fought fires and helped launch people into space - what will he do next?
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2 Responses to Jan. 18, 2007- Knocking the rust out

  1. Hank Nobel says:

    Excellent read, I just passed this onto a colleague who was simply performing a little research on that. And the man actually bought me lunch because I ran across it for him smile So i want to rephrase that: Thank you for lunch!

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