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January 3, 2010
Flying in the New Year
Happy New Year! I pulled the 170 out yesterday and flew a few minutes to fit in my first flight of the year. Sunny with light winds here in Texas. I know that out in Sonoma, CA they like to go flying to ring in the new year. In spite of the bad weather they seem to fit in some flying! Roger Cain posted a few photos of the rare flying machines that fly from the Schellville airport. Check out the photos here.
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