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"Betsy" the 65 hp Taylorcraft Some great news from student pilot Shannon Gallagher who is learning to fly in this little yellow Taylorcraft - she just passed her written exam and couldn't be more excited about it!  That little task is out of the way!...

Jan Johnson, San Jose, California. I'm relatively new to flying, but have been around airplanes my entire life. I earned my private pilot certificate in October 2009, flying a Piper Cherokee Warrior, then immediately jumped into learning to tame a taildragger. I currently fly a Citabria...

Diana Votaw After annual, I took the little yellow sport cub from Sparta, Illinois heading west in a giant loop around St. Louis, Missouri. The morning was beautiful with calm winds. There are many airports in and around St. Louis that are suitable for the tailwheel...

Meet Natalie McHaffie who is based at KYKF, Waterloo Regional Airport,  Etobicoke, Ontario Canada. Natalie sold her Pitts Special in 2012 and is currently "shopping". Hi everybody, I fly a Pitts Special two seater at Waterloo Regional Airport. I've never been very competitive but I have entered aerobatic contests...

Meet Bobbi Boucher,  A&P, IA, & CFI based at  Shannon Airport (EZF) Fredricksburg, VA and builder, pilot and owner of this RV-4. This white, pink and gold RV-4 pictured was built and test-flown by Bobbi Boucher over a period of six years - all 14,820 rivets;...

Rhonda, welcome to Ladies Love Taildraggers!  You have no idea how happy I am you registered so we can all learn about your incredible story.  We can only hit the highlights here but I've included a link near the end of this post to your...

Pictures courtesy of Richard Foord @ Richard.Foto4@btinternet.com.  Thank you, Richard, and also to Nic Orchard for sending the link on the Tiger Moth's flying adventures over Gatwick in the UK.  This was one rare event for some lucky GA flyers, thanks to the volcanic eruption. Moth...

Anne flies a PA18 Super Cub out of Ann Arbor Municipal Airport (KARB), Michigan. Anne Wright meeting friends at a grass strip in Michigan for lunch I earned my PPL in Sept. 1995 and got my seaplane rating in Feb. 2009. About 800 hours, almost half in...