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First Solo

PostPosted:Sun Jul 12, 2020 6:41 pm
Just got back from an hour's bimble on a lovely afternoon in a beautiful blue sky dotted with fluffy cumulus over fields of ripening barley and purple flowering potato crops.

It wasn't until I went to fill in my log book that I realised that it was the 34th anniversary of my first solo; I really should have got the hang of it by now.

I still remember that day, I remember the flight from start to finish, I remember the old boy on the bicycle who had stopped by the perimeter fence to watch the aeroplanes land. I called out to him: "I bet you think I know what I'm doing, don't you?"

Can't remember what I did last Wednesday though.

Just thought I'd share.

Re: First Solo

PostPosted:Sun Jul 12, 2020 6:50 pm
by Nero
Lovely story :) happy anniversary

Re: First Solo

PostPosted:Sun Jul 12, 2020 7:16 pm
by Rob L
Re-direct to Student may encourage the new generation a bit :D

Re: First Solo

PostPosted:Sun Jul 12, 2020 7:40 pm
by T6Harvard
That's it, isn't it? A lovely flight on a beautiful day - wonderful!

It'll be amazing if I get to the 34th anni of my solo given my vintage, unless they make serious strides with cryogenics.....

Anyway, thanks for posting your happy memory. May you have many more.

Re: RE: Re hi everyone in new here how are we all? : First time purchasing a small. Jet..

PostPosted:Sun Jul 12, 2020 7:57 pm
by Nero
Yes, students would love to read this and see how it can start a lifelong engagement with flying