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Exploring The 'Thumb', Lexington, MI - Fly Girl Journal

Saturday, October 8, Randy and I decided to head to the eastern side of Michigan to explore an area neither of us knew much about. On the shores of Lake Huron, right in the middle of Michigan's "thumb", lies the quaint little harbor town of Lexington.

How To Read A Terminal Area Forecast - ClayViation

It's not always too difficult to tell if the weather is good enough to fly - in the moment. Looking up to a clear blue windless sky is a pretty good sign. The big question with weather is often "what's going to happen next?" On a recent flight to Nashville, Tennessee, my initial plan was to fly up in the morning on a Saturday and return the same evening. As the day approached, I made the call to fly up Friday night and return midday Saturday. Why? Because of the weather forecast.

Fun Flight Blog - Litchfield, IL and Cuba, MO - Fly Girl Journal

Finally! July 10th arrived! It was a picture perfect day for our launch and we left, wheels up at about 11:30AM local time. Our first stop was Litchfield, IL, right on Route 66, where we dined at the Aristan Cafe, thought to be the oldest on the route. The cafe was founded by Pete Adam, a Greek immigrant, in Carlinville, IL in 1924 and relocated to Route 66 in 1929. It is also on the National Registry.

A Long Cross Country Flight - ClayViation

This past week, I took a cross country flight from Thomson, Georgia to Nashville, Tennessee. You might wonder how one state over qualifies as a "cross country," but just like running cross country in high school doesn't mean coast to coast, so it is with aviation. In our case, landing at a point more than 50 nautical miles away from where you started can be logged as cross country time.

GoPro on a Pole - A View from a Higher Perspective - FunPlacesToFly.com

Humans are naturally attracted to the unusual and the out of the ordinary when it comes to observing their surroundings in everyday life. This probably is due to our primitive instinct for survival. When something happens that is different from our daily routine, it catches our attention and forces us to focus on what's happening.
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