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little bird 01-04-2007 12:29 AM

Thanks TK!
 
Wow! This one ROCKS!
http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i1...4/pic06617.jpg
What happened to this jet?!
http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i1...94/midair3.jpg

TKMJ Productions 01-04-2007 07:31 AM

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The first one is the Navy on what we called "play time" LOL!!!!!

The second pic of the busted up jet was the result of a mid air collision with another jet. Both landed safely and both pilots walked away without a scratch. Look at the four pics in the series I sent. There are actually 2 jets.

little bird 01-04-2007 01:15 PM

:regular_s I'm so glad no one got hurt in that collision! The last set of pictures you sent.....did Annie Fawn send you those? She sent me the same set. Cool hu?!

TKMJ Productions 01-04-2007 01:35 PM

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:regular_s I'm so glad no one got hurt in that collision! The last set of pictures you sent.....did Annie Fawn send you those? She sent me the same set. Cool hu?!

No Annie didn't send me the stupid funny pics. Those are floating all over the internet. I got my set from a another friend who doesn't come here.

little bird 01-04-2007 02:24 PM

Thanks TK...I really liked those pictures you sent me!
http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i1...morning-vi.jpg

TKMJ Productions 01-04-2007 03:06 PM

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Thanks TK...I really liked those pictures you sent me!
http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i1...morning-vi.jpg

Glad you enjoyed them. Now you and I know which one is really my favorite. She Fancy Shawl dances too!:thumbsup:

Ndnsoldierboy 01-06-2007 04:17 AM

Nice Navy pix... :smillie_f

tsalagigirl 01-07-2007 05:44 PM

Hey TKMJ,
I fly, too. I have about 200 hours. Most in Piper Tomahawk and Cherokee. I take it you fly Cessna 152/172???

TKMJ Productions 01-07-2007 06:27 PM

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Hey TKMJ,
I fly, too. I have about 200 hours. Most in Piper Tomahawk and Cherokee. I take it you fly Cessna 152/172???

PPL, IFR, complex, TWIN, glider. Working on CFII. 1146hrs. Cert 140TD, 152, 172, 182, 206, 210, Tomahawk, Warrior, Malibu, Meridian, Senica, Archer, PC12, Ovation, Cherokee6, and a bunch of single shots here and there. :thumbsup:

Sorry no Citation :sad_smile But willing to learn :shades_sm

Notice the :shades_sm I love VFR ON TOP! :thumbsup:

Ken

Is Paul's Steakhouse still opened in Dallas?

tsalagigirl 01-07-2007 08:55 PM

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PPL, IFR, complex, TWIN, glider. Working on CFII. 1146hrs. Cert 140TD, 152, 172, 182, 206, 210, Tomahawk, Warrior, Malibu, Meridian, Senica, Archer, PC12, Ovation, Cherokee6, and a bunch of single shots here and there
That's awesome!! I start Instrument training sometime next month. Right now I'm a scheduler for an airline.

I love VFR on top. Especially when it's over a layer of clouds so perfect that it looks like a blanket. Beautiful!!

TKMJ Productions 01-07-2007 09:00 PM

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That's awesome!! I start Instrument training sometime next month. Right now I'm a scheduler for an airline.

I love VFR on top. Especially when it's over a layer of clouds so perfect that it looks like a blanket. Beautiful!!

VFR on top is great. I like it when you get a chance to just peak under that white fluffy blanket for a moment. Woosh!!!!!!! :tapedshut LOL!

Just Funnin!

TKMJ Productions 01-07-2007 10:17 PM

On the SERIOUS SIDE!
 
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Originally Posted by tsalagigirl
That's awesome!! I start Instrument training sometime next month. Right now I'm a scheduler for an airline.

I love VFR on top. Especially when it's over a layer of clouds so perfect that it looks like a blanket. Beautiful!!

Since your beginning your IFR training next month, May I suggest that you get as much actual IFR as you can get. The hood really stinks. When your CFII tells you to pull your hood when you get into actual IMC, it will disorient you a lot until you can get a grip. Try to be ready for that in your mind. Remember the inner ear can and will play tricks on you. Always trust what your instruments tell you and check for flags often. When you fly actual IFR be sure to combine both VFR and IFR scans. I hated the hood. Sim time is great but you need the "real feel" of actual.

DME arcs will be a bite in the butt, then all of a sudden they will click. Also never never NEVER fly below your DH on approach without a visual. Learn missed approach procedures and make them a first language to you.

Between 10 to 20 hours into the flight time, you will feel quite lost and wonder why you are doing IFR training. Nothing will make sence it will seem. Then at about 25 hrs everything will click in and you will be just fine. Remember the inner ear is importand but will lie its butt off in IMC. TRUST YOUR INSTRUMENTS! THEY CANNOT LIE!

One more thing you may want to consider at this point is a weekend doing unuasual attitude and recovery training. It's a lot of fun and you will learn a lot about yourself and flight safety. Also grab a little tail dragger time to get better rudder control.

Ken



Fly safe and by the numbers.

tsalagigirl 01-08-2007 12:55 AM

I had started Instrument, but only got 15 hours into it before I ran out of $$$$. But, I was certainly like WTF????? Talk about confused. Because you get your Private ticket and start thinking you actually know something, then here's Instrument and I'm back to feeling like I don't know anything.


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One more thing you may want to consider at this point is a weekend doing unuasual attitude and recovery training. It's a lot of fun and you will learn a lot about yourself and flight safety. Also grab a little tail dragger time to get better rudder control.
For some odd reason, I was good at unusual attitude and steep turns after only a couple of lessons. My instructor even kept questioning if I had any training before doing that because it seemed to click for me quicker than most I guess....Taildraggers would be first for me.

I bought a scanner to try to keep my ear trained. Hopefully, I can go play in a 737 sim at work. For I while I had a traffic pattern in tape on my living room floor. (My boss asked what do I do to simulate a missed approach. Jump out the window??) LOL!!!

Thanks for the tips.

TKMJ Productions 01-08-2007 07:21 AM

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Hopefully, I can go play in a 737 sim at work. .


Take an instructor and a video camera. Don't forget your logbook! :thumbsup: The stories are more fun when you can prove it with pictures or log signatures. :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

little bird 01-08-2007 10:17 AM

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Glad you enjoyed them. Now you and I know which one is really my favorite. She Fancy Shawl dances too!:thumbsup:

Yes....she's a real sweet heart for sure! Give her a hug for me! :regular_s

Ndnsoldierboy 01-19-2007 12:22 AM

:yank:

little bird 01-20-2007 08:48 PM

http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i1...sourtroops.gif

Foxmoon 05-16-2007 11:27 AM

I think this room has died!

Joe's Dad 05-17-2007 02:23 AM

Maybe the 40 room died...

but the story of 'How the 40 room Got It's Name' will be told to the children's grandchildren.

Ginger 05-17-2007 02:36 AM

Hi jd it's been a while. keep telling thoes 40 stories :lol:


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