Jeff has helped me a lot and is a good friend.
Believe him when he says he wants to help, he probably can.
Thank you Ed, I know you prefer action so I kept the camera out as I turned base and final. The angles just happened to line up.
I feel your pictures do a better job of telling the story.
I look forward to seeing the pictures you take on our flight to Oceano Airport Day next Saturday.
Tadeusz, I am glad to have you along and look forward to wandering around the lake bed with you some time during the Ken Brock Freedom Fly In.
I appreciate what you do for the event and am proud to know you.
Thank you Gilbert, I would love to inspire people to spread their gyroplane rotors a little further afield.
I find joy beyond anything I imagined as I learn to deal with the myriad cross country challenges.
I re-read what I wrote and realized that I did not capture the difference in the feeling of “that didn’t work out” or “I am in trouble now” compared to this flight when it seemed it was just a question of how to greet the challenge. I have many more tools in the tool box now than the first time I attempted this flight and failed over three years ago.
For a look at what that was like have a look at this thread from 2008.
I felt emancipated as each challenge passed beneath us.
I do struggle with overconfidence.
Thank you, Vance
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