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Peggy Bates is based at KFBL, Faribault Municipal Airport, Faribault, Minnesota. I learned in our 1940 Aeronca TC65. It started it's life with a 55 hp engine. It now has a 90 hp engine. I have about 250 hrs in it. I flew it once to AAA fly-in...

Nosy about an airport you're thinking of visiting? Have I got a link for you! We all have a favorite website to quickly grab information about airports we're thinking of visiting. AirNav.com "the pilot's window into a world of aviation information: Airports, Navaids, Fixes, Aviation Fuel, etc."...

Kathy Harkness is based at W29, Bay Bridge Airport, Stevensville, Maryland. [caption id="attachment_31802" align="aligncenter" width="570"] This was taken on Stingaree Point Cove in the Virginia Outer Banks – a place completely inaccessible except by boat or plane, and the boat wouldn’t be that easy.[/caption] I am a student sport...

Raise your hand if you know a woman successfully retraced Amelia Earhart's 1937 attempted flight-around-the-world a mere 30 years after Amelia's fateful flight. Why did I not know this?!? The year was 1967. A competent, young woman pilot with commercial, instrument and multi-engine ratings departed...

Tanner Lenart is based at KSLC, Salt Lake City International Airport, Salt Lake City, Utah. [caption id="attachment_31772" align="aligncenter" width="523"] Me & the Husky[/caption] I have about 300 hours. I just received my taildragger endorsement in a lovely Husky. I fly a Mooney most often. [caption id="attachment_31774" align="aligncenter" width="570"] My dad's...

This little story from Ronald OConner is too good not to share and seems kinda timely given his cool pumpkin paint scheme. If you like great flying stories that involve confident, self-assured, strong willed women pilots, you're going to love this one. Copied from my...

When you go to a fly-in, I hope you take the time to get to know some of the people you are surrounded by. I admit I don't always slow down enough at fly-ins to truly get to know most of the people I strike...

What would YOU give to have this gorgeous 1941 Waco UPF-7 residing happily in your hangar? Me - I don't have enough bucks to even dream of making it happen but I have been very happy to get periodic progress updates on the restoration of...