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I just returned from a whirlwind, solo flight RT from Indianapolis, Indiana to Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas. Once there, my Decathlon and I circled the enormous metroplex, 180 miles +/-, and poked ourselves in and out under the Class B Airspace as we saw fit. Ground...

When it comes to interesting women aviator stories, sometimes I find out about them in unexpected ways. This one came by way of John Wood from Massachusetts in a message that read: Linda Buroker-Melhoff's mother Gladys Dawson-Buroker taught flying during World War II in a WACO...

I'm very happy to report that one of our 2017 LadiesLoveTaildraggers' scholarship winners, Claudia Childs, recently completed her training and is a newly endorsed tailwheel pilot. Congratulations Claudia! From Hamburg, New York, Claudia is a retired Buffalo, NY police officer with Commercial and Instrument ratings...

Ready to be awestruck? Take 9 minutes of your life and watch this beautifully photographed, musically infused film about Alaskan Leighen Falley, a climber, mountain guide, pilot and mother.  Many thanks to Kendra Helvey for forwarding this jewel. Really cool video of an Alaskan woman flying...

Men. I love ‘em, but when wearing a LadiesLoveTaildraggers tshirt, don’t count on it being reciprocated. After a very odd encounter at AirVenture this year, I have to ask myself, are lady taildragger pilots a threat to manliness? A couple of you have heard my...