Strange Coincidence?

EatSleepFly

Well-Known Member
I'd be willing to bet that almost every pilot on here has a very similar picture!


(I know I do, except that its a 210 and its in a hangar, but I can't find it...darn it!)
 

Derg

New Arizona, Il Duce/Warlord
Staff member
I think it's pretty cool! Looks like OAK in the background. Mine was taken at RHV back in 1995.
 

CAVOK

New Member
I like how the wind is from the same direction and the prop is stopped in the same place on both pics.....spoooooky.
 

RPM

Well-Known Member
and those sweet pilot uniforms, always nice to look your best in a cessna
 

Derg

New Arizona, Il Duce/Warlord
Staff member
Ahh LVK!

We'd depart Reid-Hillview, fly out to SCK, do the NDB, go missed, vectors for the TCY VOR approach, go missed, hold as published and then shoot the LVK ILS and then depart for SUNOL and cancel IFR.

Fun days!
 

Derg

New Arizona, Il Duce/Warlord
Staff member
Best looking 152 I've seen in quite a while! Where are all the bugs?
 

smokey1

Well-Known Member
I'm not an instructor yet so I don't dress up for flights, plus being in a cessna in new orleans in the summer is like sitting in a sauna with your clothes on.
Smokey
 

stultus

New Member
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Guess the cowling is just the right height to lean on.
 

n77j

Well-Known Member
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We'd depart Reid-Hillview, fly out to SCK, do the NDB, go missed, vectors for the TCY VOR approach, go missed, hold as published and then shoot the LVK ILS and then depart for SUNOL and cancel IFR.

Fun days!

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Yep i did those approaches a million times aka (the milk run)
...and they still do it the same to this day
 
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