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    525 feet is close, but Dominics 180 was much...

    525 feet is close, but Dominics 180 was much closer at the end of the finger. 77AV. Glad his wasn't involved.
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    Not disagreeing with any of the recent comments...

    Not disagreeing with any of the recent comments but as a student on a x-c if I remember right, I had to be signed off and the instructor wanted to be involved in all go/no go decisions.
    Unless this...
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    Curious what was going on that a student pilot...

    Curious what was going on that a student pilot would try going through two passes to Sutton in marginal weather out of Valdez.
    If it was a x-c doesn't the instructor need to sign off?
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    Right, but in the months you're not active, now I...

    Right, but in the months you're not active, now I pay $20 a month, with the increase that doubles.

    Get rid of the per month fee and charge me per ping. I'd be much happier. Paying for the...
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    For what I use it for now, I don't know that it...

    For what I use it for now, I don't know that it is better.

    Many years ago it just worked better than my original inreach (version 1) and you could set it up to send texts based on activity...
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    I too am caught up in this mess. I got my Spider...

    I too am caught up in this mess. I got my Spider with a special offer deal that I got from Stewart. I use the Spider in the plane, on my snowmachine and even in a boat once in a while. I just use...
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    Any guess who this is? How many 87 year old gals...

    Any guess who this is? How many 87 year old gals are CFI's who fly around in T-carts.

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    Location: Goose Bay



    Type: Aircraft Crash
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    I have used Ontrack data recovery on some of our...

    I have used Ontrack data recovery on some of our corporate laptops in the past. Some were successes some not so much. I was using my Surface book in a bucket truck above Ressurection Bay (dock...
  9. What I needed when I was in my late teens was gas...

    What I needed when I was in my late teens was gas money and the time to go fly.

    I used to have to take time to make money, now I spend money to make time. Things I could do, I hire to get done so...
  10. Really depends on what it is on the tracks but...

    Really depends on what it is on the tracks but yes, often it's throttle 5 and blow it out of the right of way.
    Sunday the passenger coming down from Fairbanks came upon lots of moose on the tracks...
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    We have weather stations scattered around and...

    We have weather stations scattered around and pass the information we collect off to NWS. Not all their reporting stations are NWS stations. Granted ours are not hobbist level either.
  12. Thread: DC-3 Flying

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    89? That's the year of the Exxon Valdez oops. I...

    89? That's the year of the Exxon Valdez oops. I thought most of the commercial guys couldn't fish that year around Kodiak and in Prince William Sound.
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    Pretty sure Thiokol and Nodwell translate to...

    Pretty sure Thiokol and Nodwell translate to "riding in a ticking bomb" in different languages.
  14. I have two original pop tents - mint green - made...

    I have two original pop tents - mint green - made by Thermos. 2 person and a 4 person one in the original green canvas bags. Red fiberglass poles. As a kid I wasn't heavy or strong enough to pull...
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    I've been wondering that all afternoon, do the...

    I've been wondering that all afternoon, do the FAR's trump the supplement when they aren't in agreement.
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    I bet I am not the only one here who has been...

    I bet I am not the only one here who has been going in and out before part 93 came into being. At the time we got lessons and updates and read the FAR so we could get through the biennial flight...
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    93.61 General rules: Lake Hood segment...

    93.61 General rules: Lake Hood segment. (a) No person may operate an aircraft at an altitude between 1,200 feet MSL and 2,000 feet MSL in that portion of this segment lying north of the...
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    I get that but nothing is going to replace...

    I get that but nothing is going to replace looking outside the windows while flying in/out of Anchorage. No reg or rule is going to fix it.
    Recently every year seems to get worse not better. Maybe...
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    There are the regs, the altitude assignments,...

    There are the regs, the altitude assignments, reporting locations etc all around Anchorage.

    Some guys are good, some are not so good. Some know the rules but don't care.

    The reality is,...
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    A 175 would do it with some comfort. A old...

    A 175 would do it with some comfort. A old straight tail shouldn't be too spendy and zip right along.
  21. Do you have Edo's fibreglass fairings on your...

    Do you have Edo's fibreglass fairings on your float spreader bar attachments ? They'll add a bit of speed - about 4 mph IAS on our cub, and make things a bit quieter too.

    Had them for 40 years,...
  22. Thread: Mspa 2021

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    What a gorgeous Mallard.

    What a gorgeous Mallard.
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    Textron also builds the machines they sell out of...

    Textron also builds the machines they sell out of Bass Pro.

    When they bought A/C they shut down the snowmachine racing group, except for a select group down in the states. That's really why there...
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    You would think you could get a crate around here...

    You would think you could get a crate around here but you can't. I've asked around, 6 cylinder continentals I can find a crate for but not a 4 cylinder lycoming.
    Since getting a factory built...
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    Shipping 0-320

    How do most folks ship a 0-320 ?

    Crates just don't seem to be available so I guess you build one up ?

    Wondering what works and what doesn't.
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