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Nancy Pierce, longtime owner of a beautiful retractable Midget Mustang, sent me a very descriptive email about her attempt to reach AirVenture this year. I knew Nancy would be flying her SWEET little Mustang from Texas to OSH and was more than a little disappointed...

If you're looking for an easy way to locate our lady taildragger pilots throughout the world, check out the following link. It lists all LLT members alphabetically by their location and includes the original information each pilot provided about themselves. NO PERSONAL CONTACT information is...

I'm convinced someone is trying to tell me something! Within a few days, I received the identical "message", one spoken and one sung, from two lady taildragger pilots. It started at Blakesburg, Iowa when Sharon Tinkler went on stage to accept the last of 3...

The world lost Elaine and Tom Huf on September 2, 2013, their bodies discovered 6 days later in the remains of their downed Cessna T-50. Tom and Elaine were on the return trip from Antique Airfield's Blakesburg fly-in to their grass strip in Kingsley, Pennsylvania...

'Thank you' to Diana Votaw for sending a couple of her beautiful 2013 summer flying videos. Watch and be inspired to FLY! Diana is based southeast of St. Louis, Missouri at Sparta, Illinois. [caption id="attachment_27782" align="aligncenter" width="667"] Julia & Diana SportCub flying[/caption] "Here is a link...

My solo river flying trip officially ended this afternoon when I landed back at my home airport in Indianapolis. Husband, work, responsibilities all beckoned me home but my alter ego didn't see any reason to end all the fun. Flying the Mississippi River (above) is...

For a short time yesterday I was a little disappointed when I got weathered in at Savannah, TN but turns out it was the absolute best thing that could have happened. Montill Warren, my favorite airport manager anywhere and the manager at KSNH,Savannah, TN and...

I have always been interested in flying since I was young but the timing just wasn't right. Then about 4 years ago I met my other half, Chuck, who just happened to have a 1940 Taylorcraft. Soon after I started to take instruction at our local airport....