There isn’t one of us that accidentally became a pilot. It doesn’t work that way. We see our first airplane, or in my case –helicopter, and we are mystified by it. Our eyes are always up in the sky, especially when we hear that familiar hum of rotors over head. This is my story. TheContinue reading “Chasing the Sky – Why I’m a Helicopter Pilot”
Monthly Archives: June 2014
Kayaking The Columbia River
One thing about being on a cherry drying contract means that the time I’m actually flying is often broken up by long drawn out periods of nice weather. It’s really backwards – we’re probably the only pilots that are doing rain dances and hoping for the radar to be blotted with moisture cells. On theContinue reading “Kayaking The Columbia River”
On safari in Central Washington
We went out scouting some cool sites to land and camp, a few weeks ago. One particular area had some tall grass in it so I had to take a picture.
Back Roaming Again (sorry about being away)
Wow it has been way too long since I’ve been roaming or since I posted here. I’ll be honest with you, there wasn’t much roaming going on the last few months. My routine was pretty set. I’m currently working full time as a CFII with Inland Helicopters and teaching at a college. So more orContinue reading “Back Roaming Again (sorry about being away)”