Profile

Lori Olson is based at Gillette-Campbell County Airport, Gillette, Wyoming. I spent many hours of my childhood in the backseat of a Cessna 180 and a PA-11 with my father as PIC. My earliest memories include landing on the dirt road close to my house, or the...

Karen Ewart is based at KFAY, Fayetteville Regional Airport/Grannis Field, Fayetteville, North Carolina. My name is Karen Ewart and I now own and fly a 1980 C182Q based at Fayetteville, NC. I have also owned a 1969 Aztec, 1974 Archer and 1953 105hp SuperCub. The attached photo is...

Tanille DeLair is based at 23N, Bayport Aerodrome, Bayport, New York. Hello Lady Taildraggers! My name is Tanille DeLair and I've been in love with taildraggers for 10 years. The Aventura II made by Aero Adventure is the love of my life. She is an experimental amphibious 2...

Rachel Kopman is based at Green Mountain Airport, a private strip in Washington state. I started flying in a tricycle gear plane and always envied the pilots flying tailwheels. I loved hearing the stories and the pride in their voices when the tailwheel pilots shared their...

Kathy Davis is based at 5GA4, Air Acres Airport, Woodstock, Georgia. I'm a newbie! I work with the Southeast dealer for CubCrafters, so I learned to fly in a Carbon Cub (which is all I have ever flown, except a clipped wing J-3). With only 250 hrs, I'm wanting to...

Haley Gustafson is based at C77, Poplar Grove Airport, Illinois. Haley Gustafson is a young Tailwheel pilot whose dad just checked her out in the family Champ. Haley soloed in a Cessna 152 at 16 then began taking tailwheel instruction from Dad. May 30,2014, she received her Tailwheel Endorsement and...

Kate Kyer is based at 4TX3 Forest Hill Airport, Petty, Texas. My husband and I live on our little farm with a runway in North Texas. We have a rule that any airplane living here must have a tailwheel. I've been a taildragger pilot for most of my...

Kathy Wurst is based at KGCY, Greeneville-Greene County Airport, Greeneville, TN. I'm learning to fly in a 1945 Piper J3C-65 Cub. I like taildraggers because they fly low and slow. Much like life, it's all about the journey, not the destination.  ...