The summer break between my fifth and sixth year of college is under way (no it isn’t because I have failed a bunch of classes or been lazy, it’s because I changed my major late in the game). Yep, I guess you could say I’m a regular Van Wilder except I hope to be graduated […]Read more "Destination: Oshkosh"
I know you all are dying to find out if I made it back from the Bahamas alive. I did in fact, and I am also back in the Stinson after the longest annual inspection in history. What’s more is that the weather is starting to warm up, which means I get to continue my […]Read more "Back to the Bare Basics"
Six different frequencies, and an hour and half over open water has landed us in the Bahamas on North Eleuthera Island. Being completely honest, we actually arrived a couple days ago, but everyone here is on island time including me so I’m just now finishing this blog. I mean it’s so hard to work when […]Read more "Mooney 63U Has Officially Left the Country"
Everything I said in the previous post about those bad pictures and the terrible lighting, I take it all back. Today I found out that I am not the greatest photographer ever, but I did what I could. If you are new to the blog, I am currently on a trip to the Bahamas in […]Read more "Leg One Complete"
Well folks, it’s finally here, spring break time. This isn’t going to be some lame college trip to Panama Beach or Destin, even though I am killing to play some golf ever since the weather warmed up. No, this is going to be an epic journey to the Bahamas! I gotta say, I am quite […]Read more "Break Time!"
If this was reddit you could find this labeled “not safe for work” so be warned. Nah, I’m just kidding. I have a weird sense of humor right now because I’ve just spent 5 straight hours watching a distillation column, well, distill I guess. Ever done that? no? it’s pretty much on the lines of […]Read more "I Went Streaking Twice (with picture)"
Recently on Warthunder I have been flying a Japanese aircraft called the J2M Raiden, code name “Jack”. This aircraft was designed as a land based high-altitude interceptor to defend mainland Japan from allied bomber attacks. It featured a massive Mitsubishi Kasei 14 cylinder engine that produced nearly 2,000 hp and had to be buried […]Read more "The Art of Dogfighting: volume 1"