Flying Lesson #10

Glenn, my flight instructor, asks if I’m ready to move to the pilot’s seat. Nope. I choose to stay in the co-pilot seat, for now, at least, since […]

Flying Lesson #9

It’s a beautiful, clear, crisp morning in Oklahoma. Very little wind. Five knots. We leave from runway 1-6. I announce runway 3-4, but get corrected pretty […]

A Chinese New Year

I’ve learned much through almost 10 years helping international students, but when I start to understand a culture, a new one pops into my world. These Chinese […]

Extemporaneous Flight Lesson

Our flight in Bill’s Piper Twin engine Comanche to San Antonio was nondescript. By that I mean, I slept the whole way. Something about the hum of […]
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