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Posted on Mon, Aug 22, 2005 06:33

Wish I flew one of these.

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Posted on Sun, Aug 21, 2005 20:46

I used to fly a Citabria......














....1/4 scale radio control. That count? I say "used to" cuz' after pops passed away back in 96', I just can't bring myself to go flying without him.

- Knots



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Posted on Thu, Aug 18, 2005 21:01

PA 16 is the main people plane I fly at the moment



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Posted on Wed, Aug 17, 2005 19:40

C172 & 152's. Then got married, started a family, then got divorced and bought the Harley. I still enjoy flying, but not with avfuel and with my butt closer to the ground. MY son is showing a real interest, now I understand how my folks felt when I did.
:o)

Ride Safe



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Posted on Sun, Aug 14, 2005 15:13

This wont allow me to Put up the link But you can do a search for Neal cozy
and you will find it 3rd item down it its right



Big_Azz_Ham write:
Cozy, that's pretty cool. Does your website have pics of your Cozy under construction? Very interesting plane. I just happen to be their website the other day checking out their kits. However, I think I'm sold on Vans ( either the RV8 or RV9 ). I am planning on building in about 3 years. Over 4,000 RV's are flying!



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Posted on Thu, Aug 04, 2005 07:54

Thanks hot4hogs!!!

  


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Posted on Wed, Aug 03, 2005 10:50

Cozy, that's pretty cool. Does your website have pics of your Cozy under construction? Very interesting plane. I just happen to be their website the other day checking out their kits. However, I think I'm sold on Vans ( either the RV8 or RV9 ). I am planning on building in about 3 years. Over 4,000 RV's are flying!



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Posted on Wed, Aug 03, 2005 08:25

There's a great REO Speedwagon song that called "Time for me to fly".
I listened to it over & over again, it gave me the courage to FLY out of an abusive marraige.



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Posted on Wed, Jul 27, 2005 14:52

Well Ive been Flying since My Teenage years. first licensed at 17 Now 43
will Fly just about anything, Have flown Different cessnas, Pipers,Beach, Rockwell,\ just cannot afford to do it anymore. I have built and flown a teenie two,Cozy 3 place, Presently Building a CozyMKIV 4 place. its become my retirement project Ill finish it someday. these Days I Fly Falcons...
the real ones( Master Falconer)
Jack of all trades master of Each and Every one of them. Not a paid member here but I hang on Y-messenger as
hog659... have website with photos.
Neal



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Posted on Mon, Jul 25, 2005 06:15

Well Jade, good handling is always an asset and your assets look like they would be wonderful to handle.

  


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Posted on Sat, Jul 23, 2005 04:57


hddude45 write:

jadeeyes write:
Off the Handle !
LOL Its the Italian in me !!!!



Gorgeous,
If you fly "on the handle" you get to join the " mile high club"


ahhh thank you HD!so ya mean all I have to do is stay on the handle and I can join hmmmmmmmmm not sure flying off the handle for a long time sought of not use to it

  


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Posted on Mon, Jun 20, 2005 13:13


jadeeyes write:
Off the Handle !
LOL Its the Italian in me !!!!



Gorgeous,
If you fly "on the handle" you get to join the " mile high club"

  


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Posted on Mon, Jun 20, 2005 02:04

Does R/C count? LOL



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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 09:44

Off the Handle !
LOL Its the Italian in me !!!!



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Posted on Thu, May 26, 2005 07:42

I did a tandem dive at Ocean City Bike Week last Sept. Pic is my profile. We jumped on a picture perfect day from 12,000 ft. That was very, very cool.

Closest I've come to an open cockpit was the day I was hanging around FDK and a guy asked me if I wanted to go up in his J3 Cub. It was summer and he had the doors off. What a blast!



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Posted on Thu, May 19, 2005 10:58

Eye,
Cool Plane. Yep, Stearmans were PT (for primary trainer) 17s. I want sometime to fly in an open cockpit.

Bear,
That is just plane nuts...jumping out of a perfectly functional aircraft. No wonder paratroopers kick butt when they land.



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Posted on Thu, May 19, 2005 05:00

Eye, you'll be begging for a helicopter before MB is done and over with! lol You've yet to meet the SquirrelGirl! OMG...she's just toooooo much sometimes, but dammit, ya gotta just love her to death! lol

Later......Angel



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Posted on Wed, May 18, 2005 20:18

I got to fly in a biplane once. It was a (I think) Stearman? I'm not sure but I want to say I remember it was called a "P-17?" The pilot was in his 80's and used to train other fighter pilots in a similar kind of aircraft back in WWII, and man-oh-man could that old Eagle fly that airplane! He had to be helped into and out of the front seat but he could sure make that plane stand at the table and beg for biscuits, and I enjoyed every minute of that flight. Other then that just the usual military and civilian aircraft for me. And I HATE helicopters.



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Posted on Tue, May 17, 2005 21:17

Well, I would have said the most exciting thing I ever flew was a F-16B but when contemplating what it must be like to fly Rev's or HforH's seats...

  


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Posted on Tue, May 10, 2005 21:55


hot4hogs write:
Usually by the seat of my pants! WEEEEE!



I hear ya!!

LOL!!!