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[caption id="attachment_7291" align="alignleft" width="180" caption="Sharon Tinkler"][/caption] * [caption id="attachment_7292" align="alignright" width="180" caption="Susan Theodorelos"][/caption]   Big news! The Centennial of Licensed Women Pilots event ended December 31 and they have now selected the top six "Most Unusual Introductory Flights". The short list is set and now its up to everyone...

I just received these pretty incredible pictures from Selina Smith, who I met while I was wondering around the Vintage Stinson rows at Oshkosh. Selina had flown in solo from Powell River, British Columbia in her Stinson 108 and shot some amazing pictures during her...

My plan was to fly the Happy Champ January 1,  just to get the new year off on the right note, but winds gusting to 25 mph forced me into a (oh, say it ain't so...

I had to look twice at the Sedan picture. I thought sure it was Jeannie Batto but turned out not to be. Pretty close look-alike! Hope everyone had a merry holiday season! We had a cold and snowy December in Indiana with not too many great...

[caption id="attachment_6926" align="aligncenter" width="425" caption="*"]Amelia Earhart Is Nikumaroro Island the final resting place of Amelia Earhart? If you're paying attention at all, you know there's evidence indicating the remains of both Amelia Earhart & Fred Noonan may be on the island of Nikumaroro. I was skeptical...

I love it when people tell me or send me info about amazing women pilots, especially when there's a taildragger involved. Check out the link sent to me by Ray Johnson of his earlier interview with Margaret Ringenberg; pilot with +40,000 hours, many time Powder...

Dianne Wieman from Texas writes; "Judy, other than being one of the out of job statistics, my Champ and I are doing great! We do not fly very far lately (even gas costs money!) although we have visited the glider field and took several ladies for...