Posted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 11:53 am
Now first off I am no where near experienced enough to plan a VFR group flight, I may as well tell you guys to fly over yonder because that's about the best of my ability.
Now that being said, when is the next club flight! I mean... I can defiantly try to put one together if your guys real life do not permit enough time, but it most likely will not be that good.
Posted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:53 pm
Tanner, planning, documenting and coordinating the XC from last year was a lot of work for me, and I set out what I wanted to achieve, I'm not looking to do much more of it right now.
When Wayne launched this project, I think he did it with a very casual style. If you would like to do some flights, then go for it! Pick a flight that you think would be interesting, tell ppl when you're doing it, then do it. If nobody comes along, that's ok...enjoy it, and post the pics. If ppl get the sense you're doing something that's of interest to them, they're likely to join in.
Posted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 5:03 pm
I'm in the same boat as Keith. He planned the trip across the country eastbound. I took us into Atlantic Canada and then all the way back to KSMO. It's time for someone else to plan one. I'll come and fly, just name the time and place.
Here is the number one rule for the VFR flying club:
If you plan it, they will come. Trust me it works.