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Tattoo: Art for the skin. Permanent makeup. Skin art. No matter what you call them, they're the ultimate personal expression of individuality. For lady taildragger pilot, Lindsay Petre, they're a way to add some ink that proclaims her passion - flying!  Whether you think they're cool...

Nicole Bringolf is based at KRTS, Reno/Stead Airport, Reno, Nevada. I used to own the Aerobatic Company and Flight School, Inc. until divorced but I continue to fly the school's Decathlon and other aircraft so I can work on my instrument. After my instrument, my main goal is to...

Ladies, mark your calendars for this upcoming EAA webinar presented by Patty Wagstaff. Thank you to the EAA for providing so many great webinars touching all aspects of flying, building, maintaining and operations. THIS will be a good one!   Aerobatics - Getting Started Join us for a Webinar...

Karen Kalishek is based at KGRB, Austin Straubel International Airport, Green Bay, Wisconsin. [caption id="attachment_29530" align="aligncenter" width="458"] This is my aircraft on the day of purchase - when she took ownership of me.[/caption] I began flying at the mid-century mark, got bitten by the aviation bug and have...

2014 Ladies Love Taildraggers Fly-in Friday, Saturday, Sunday, May 30 - June 1, 2014 Early Arrivals Thursday, May 29 Gaston's White River Resort, 3M0, Lakeview, Arkansas 3200', 6/24 Turf Runway A fly-in destination doesn't get much better than Gaston's Resort in the beautiful hill country of north-central Arkansas. Gaston's is a...

Lucia Galgano is based at KCMA, Camarillo Airport, Camarillo, California. Even though I own a Bonanza, my favorite airplane is a Citabria. Nothing like the visibility of the high wing tandem Citabria. Currently, I am a new CFI who is transitioning to the back seat -- what a...

Taildragger, I hate your guts, I have license, ratings and such, But to make you go straight is driving me nuts. With hours of teaching And the controls in my clutch, It takes a little rudder – no less, A little too much. You see, I learned to fly in a tricycle...