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    Great pics. Niagara from the air is beautiful.


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    finally some good flying weather in the northwest
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    cap01, Did you land at Rimrock? I was wondering if it has dried out. Nice photos.
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    The first pic is of rimrock with the airstrip at the far end of the right finger of water . the strip was in great shape except for the cow crap , by the time I got back home it was well dryed and difficult to get off the plane . A small price to pay for a place like that to fly into . After tieton I stopped in at Easton state and then range creek . Hats off to the state boys and Washington pilots assn , they have done a lot of work at ranger creek. Was one of those days when it's fun to fly the cascades
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    Hi every one, half way through my pilote Training, and I always thinking of be able to go fly somewhere, lost in the back country...... just like that!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-r7-...eature=g-all-u

    Me and my trainer....in a FlightStar (At first I was not sure that we could fit in there together.... I hope my SS7 will be more roomy!!!)
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    Breakfast in the Idaho backcountry this weekend. Still a little snow.
    Pictured is a half breakfast!

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    Food with a view. Brought to you by Kitfox. You just can't beat that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertFox4 View Post
    Food with a view. Brought to you by Kitfox. You just can't beat that.
    May be you can... Food brought to you by a Kitfox? - Any entrepreneur interested in starting a Kitfox-based Pizza delivery business somewhere out West?

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    took a flight today over the big rocks. For some of you this is no big deal but for this praire boy there is just some fear when you look at those big rocks. It was a perfect flight, smooth as glass. Looked at a huge coal mine about the size of 3 mountain peaks. Also a huge Frankslide. happened about 100 years ago and buried a whole town. Went about a hour into the mountains and felt good about beating my unwarranted fear. Went over the rocks at 8500' on the way in and followed the pass on the way out at 4500' to 5500'. Hope you enjoy the photos.
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    Great shots Mic. Those are first class mountains.
    Coming from the plains of Minnesota to Arizona I understand your "respect" for those large rock piles. I still ratchet up my attention level every time I fly through their neighborhoods.


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