Heading home, 2005

Teterboro Airport, March 2005: loading bags into the Warrior for the flight home, after our first family trip to New York City.

I’d been an aircraft owner for 2 1/2 years at that point. I’m still not used to it now. My girls loved all the free swag in the ladies’ room at Atlantic Aviation (it was the FBO that Oprah used to visit NYC).

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Scholar, tech guy, Canuck, open-source/data/information zealot, urban pedestrian, language geek, tea drinker, pater familias, red tory, amateur musician, private pilot.
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2 Responses to Heading home, 2005

  1. Frank Ch. Eigler says:

    Six years of flying for me, but it hasn’t grown less awesome.
    It’s just become awesome “as usual”.

  2. randall g says:

    2 years of owning now, and I’ve just returned from a long trip from Vancouver to Wichita for a Cessna Cardinal convention, then to Los Angeles via the Grand Canyon and back up the coast. All the FBO’s treated me as if I was flying a bizjet, including Atlantic Aviation in Santa Monica.

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