Miscellaneous Photos Unloaded from iPhone (October 27, 2007)
(Click on any of the thumbnails below to view the full-sized photo.)
Members of the Marshall Soaring Club during a hard day of soaring and unwinding after a hard day of soaring.
Me playing with my iPhone. I'm clearly not easily confused with Brad Pitt.
Eddie (one of the towplane pilots), with (in some of the photos) John.
Alice, a stray cat that adopted me. Alice eats pizza (which surprised me).
Lucy occasionally chases, catches, and eats flies. I can only assume they taste good (to her), as she puts a lot of effort into it.
Photos from a get-together for the students of the MSF riding course I took ...
(By the way, in searching for motorcycle training, I found that there is considerable variation in the instructor/student ratio and in the amount of time instructors are willing to spend accommodating the strengths and weaknesses of individual students. The best instruction I found was at Michigan's Safest Riders.)
One of my favorite instructional props from the MSF course was a helmet marked up with zones and what percentage of crashes involve that zone of the helmet. It demonstrates the safety advantages of full-face helmets over other styles.
One of the aircraft that was a permanent repair project at Brooks Field was sold to a salvage company for under $10,000. It was chopped up and put on a trailer to be transported to another state and sold for parts.
Mitch and another gentleman in the Brooks Field FBO office.
When I was having my motorcycle repaired in Coldwater, they made it very clear that they would accept my motorcycle as a trade-in and sell me something bigger. Oh, the temptation ...
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