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Updates... - Tina Marie's Ramblings
Red hair and black leather, my favorite colour scheme...
I just updated my logbook.

804 hours total time.
38,102 NM total travelled.

24,402 NM in the Tripacer
6,817 NM in Michael's twin
2,670 NM in Scott's Comanche
2,189 NM in the Starduster

And the rest is in a bunch of random planes.

I rewrote some of the picture-display code for the photos site and posted the rest of my pictures - http://pictures.tinastoys.org/Vacation/Arizona/.

And I re-worked my main web page: http://www.tripacerdriver.com.

It was way beyond time to get it done.

Current Mood: accomplished accomplished

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From: shyrahshiraz Date: November 8th, 2003 12:51 pm (UTC) (Link)

World Ends, details at 11.

You have put some great picks up. I noticed that your Elvoy to
Sedona are all Sedona before landing. That is a great town. Did
you feel the new age movement? I bought some property there in
1981 about 5 miles south of the center of town. Cost of building
has kept me away.

The new Smithsonian center at Dulles will open on December 15th.
If you never made it to Silver Hill, you have missed a lot. I
think I do a lot of the same things that you do, namely drop into
every aero museum that is within a 100 miles of where ever I happen
to be. I hope you flew over Tucson and got to see the bone yard
at Davis-Monthan AFB.
skywhisperer From: skywhisperer Date: November 9th, 2003 12:22 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: World Ends, details at 11.

I really enjoyed Sedona - it was beautiful. It might be fun to spend more time there - I didn't get to do much more there then do a jeep tour and look at the rocks from the air.

I never got to Silver Hill. The only time I've been in DC in the last 20 years (I was born in Laurel, MD), they were only allowing visitors with a reservation, and I didn't have time to make one and go visit in the 3 days I was there.

I did go to Tuscan, but I didn't see the boneyard at Davis. I _did_ see the airliner graveyard just north of Marana, but my camera bag was buried in the back and I didn't get any pictures...
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