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Back in the air...

Some of you might think that I have fallen off of the blogging world. Well you would be kind of right. With work, home, and trying to finish up my bachelor's degree blogging kind of took the back burner but I haven't stop flying. Last year I got checked out with the Plus One Flyers flight club here in San Diego. I've posted a few of these pictures on twitter and some on facebook I post more in real time there. Here are a few photos from some flights from last fall.


Took my son up in Sep for his first flight in the front seat.
we flew over San Diego bay he was the photographer




In Oct my brother-in-law few to Arizona was a good cross country flight




on the ground at Chandler Muni (CHD) just in time for the wedding
I flew back alone a few days later 


rare clouds



sand dunes by Yuma, AZ
On Halloween my son and I took a flight to French Valley (F70) in Temecula, CA

when we landed back home in El Cajon (SEE) the CAF had some planes out

My son had fun



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