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More Evening Flying


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TFR Wednesday

I understand the importance of protecting our leaders from things like hang gliders, model rockets and radio controlled airplanes. But isn’t this getting a little ridiculous? In case you are wondering, that’s a 60 nautical mile wide VIP Temporary Flight … Continue reading

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Watertower Sunset

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Haven’t done a lot of photography lately but here are a few new ones. Taken on a hill in Carrollton, TX…obviously, facing west. The only alterations were cropping and slight contrast enhancement on the day/night terminator photo. Feel free to … Continue reading

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Dallas Skyline

One of these days we’ll do a city tour at 1700 feet but until then, enjoy this. Taken just north of I-635 looking south. Click for the full res image.

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Help Prevent Another Airspace Grab

All those in the North Texas aviation industry should be aware of the impending changes to the DFW class B airspace. Of most concern is the lowering of the class B to 2500 MSL over Addison airport. Currently, Addison’s class … Continue reading

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Form Follows Function

New article up on my personal training site. Semi-in depth look at why form is critical to getting the most out of your workout. Also random old stories of when I used to walk around with lifting straps on my wrists, completely … Continue reading

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Natural Nukes

Since I haven’t left anything on the superweb interhighway for a month, here’s something to hold you over for the next month (or maybe less).

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…And The Whole Airport Smelled Like Poultry

This is how I spent the day before Thanksgiving…filming a turkey get cooked (at least partially) by an L-39 at max power at the Cold War Air Museum in Lancaster, TX. Next year the Mig-23 will be operational which means … Continue reading

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Jet-Art: Part 1

  Last weekend I decided to do some creative work before helping to tow the Mig-23 back to Hangar 1. And by creative work, I mean standing outside in 103 degree heat and snapping photos.

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