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Any interest in me continuing to babble about my flight training in details? Like the post I made the other day about getting from Point A to Point B. There's actually a lot more I didn't cover, but it gets pretty dry when you really get down into the details of things. I find it totally fascinating though, and maybe folks will too?

Anyway, a preview:



(If the image is upside down, blame your browser? The image has proper EXIF orientation data, and it shows correctly plain. It shows upside down in an IMG tag in Chrome. WTF. Anyway, then click the image to see the full-size version which rotates properly!)

That's the flight plan I'm putting together for a ~100 mile trip from my local airport in Palo Alto up to the airport in Santa Rosa (up north in Marin). There are legs that have to be assembled, calculated, planned, converted, and then converted some more. I haven't done everything yet, obviously, but I started.
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Date: 2013-08-11 07:23 pm (UTC)

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(Since you are a parent) Once you are done with the charts, if they are the paper kind with white backs, they are excellent- and a really good size- for children to draw on.

(you have just given me childhood flashbacks of drawing on the back of my dad's used mission-planning flight charts)

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