Just rolled into Sandpoint Idaho to pick up Royce’s Tanarg for an Annual Inspection. Damn, there’s enough room in this hangar to fly around… Then again, I can’t imagine Royce doing anything ‘small’. What is really cool though is that there isn’t a spec of dirt anywhere. His other airplanes are immaculate too. Well done.
Ordean will smile for the picture – but we’re ‘burnin daylight’… Farmers & equipment operators always learn fast. By the way, I see that Idaho has legalized airborne varmit control for ranchers. Nice.
Every trip to Seattle requires a stop at Pike Street for a 24hr pack of crab & oysters… I know, it only takes 5 hours to get back home, but it takes 10 hours to find your truck then sit in 1-5 traffic…
Clyde Poser, our local DAR (Designated Airworthiness Representative for FAA) and Rotax/Light Sport Repairman teaching altimetry as a component of the Cross Country module. Den – 509.990.5060 Iphone Email
Ron’s Solo Flight
“A family affair!” Ron was the first of 3 family members learning to fly trikes here in Cheney to solo! Congrats Ron! I’ve seen many talented machinists come through my school & the gizmos they make – but Ron, a blacksmith, comes up with some of the coolest stuff yet. Den – 509.990.5060 Iphone Email
Fall flying is alway pretty fun. 4 or 5 hours of cold, stable air to go cruise around in. Covered over 140 miles of Eastern WA & North Idaho this afternoon while Tom settled in.