Category: General Flying

Merry Christmas!

As I look out side while I write this I would be fouled to think that it is Christmas time. With no snow on the ground and the weather near 40 degrees out I am still holding out for a Christmas miracle to happen. For me in Ohio, it is rare that I dont see […]

Highest Duty: My Search for What Really Matters Book Review

Highest Duty: My Search for What Really Matters Book Review My search for what really matters

Today I finished one of my new favorite books, as title portrays it is the autobiography written by Capt. Chesley B. Sullenberger, Highest Duty: My Search for What Really Matters book. I wouldn’t be surprised if a handful of you out there reading this have also taken the time to reward yourself with a read such as this one. I got […]

Why weather, oh why?

As a private pilot there is a extensive list of rules when it comes to weather restrictions. Those of which mainly consist of the oh so prevelant cloud clearence requirements. The freedom of flight for a private pilot is usually barred by the weather conditions on a day to day basis. I have currently found […]

Catching up!

It has been a long time coming for another post, although I seem to always be behind the eight ball for posting about my flying life it doesn’t come without an excuse…. I WAS FLYING! Now that we have that out of the way lets get down to the nuts and bolts of my flying life lately. […]

Bittersweet life…

I made a promise I would blog about my life and my journey to becoming a professional pilot. Today I am about to talk about one big factor in a pilots life…. Relationships. Relationships in a pilots life can vary from their relationship with their instructor, to the relationship with their Co-Pilot, to their relationships […]