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  1. freerangequark

    For Sale Parachutes - Matching Seatpack Softees for sale

    Price reduced to $4050 plus actual shipping cost.
  2. freerangequark

    For Sale Parachutes - Matching Seatpack Softees for sale

    Price reduced to $4150 plus actual shipping cost.
  3. freerangequark

    For Sale Parachutes - Matching Seatpack Softees for sale

    TWO MATCHING SEATPACK SOFTEES IN EXCELLENT CONDITION Just had them inspected and repacked for you. INSPECTION AND REPACK DATE - 12 July 2017 - May 2013 manufacture. - Aerobatic style harness. - Both are red. - No custom embroidery. - Includes 1 snap on "booster" cushion. - Includes 2...
  4. freerangequark

    Hi Wayne, I completed the Chicago-California trip last week in the Charger. I'm going to try to...

    Hi Wayne, I completed the Chicago-California trip last week in the Charger. I'm going to try to put together a presentation I would be happy to show at your EAA Chapter if you're still interested. -Glenn Gordon, NX6781G, freerangequark@gmail.com
  5. freerangequark

    Advice needed - XC Flight from Chicago to Sacramento

    Just wanted to post here to mention that I made the trip happen! Finished it on June 28, 4 Days flying, 20.4 hours total on the Hobbs. What a trip! No major issues. :) Followed I-80 the entire way. Pictures can be viewed either at...
  6. freerangequark

    Icon A5 Update - No Deliveries!?!

    Two fatal. Identities not yet released.
  7. freerangequark

    A plane for the wife...

    You had us both laughing! Fortunately I get both, and she's a keeper.
  8. freerangequark

    A plane for the wife...

    I caught the humor Lynn :)
  9. freerangequark

    A plane for the wife...

    Since this thread keeps going off on some tangents... Tell me, did I miss something? ... did I somewhere say I was picking a plane for my wife? As I said, "I'll share my findings with her, but ultimately the decision is hers."
  10. freerangequark

    A plane for the wife...

    Hi Dana, I recognize you from the biplaneforum.com It's a confidence thing for her. I would love to see her continue her tailwheel flying, but that's not she wants. She will also be the first to admit that she needs to build confidence in her flying and in her abilities. Also, at 5'-0" she...
  11. freerangequark

    A plane for the wife...

    We are in the process of moving and this isn't on her radar right now... but it is on mine during those times when I get to relax a little. I'll share my findings with her, but ultimately the decision is hers. She is a private pilot, has a tailwheel endorsement, and has been working towards a...
  12. freerangequark

    A plane for the wife...

    In my house, I'm the boss and I have my wife's permission to say so. While the plane is for her, I would still be using it from time to time when I need something a little faster or warmer than the biplane. Good point on the speed though... I guess I'll take what I can get and if 120 is the...
  13. freerangequark

    A plane for the wife...

    My wife is looking for an airplane and I would love to hear some thoughts on a good airplane for her mission. 1. Light Sport 2. BRS preferred but not mandatory 3. 120-130 kts cruise 4. Tricycle gear 5. Two place 6. Enclosed cockpit 7. Suitable for the novice pilot. 8. Would make a good daily...
  14. freerangequark

    Taking Flight Flying Video

    Finished this up after collecting video over the last couple of flying seasons. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUTjF1Jxm6s&t=161s
  15. freerangequark

    Advice needed - XC Flight from Chicago to Sacramento

    Is there anything I need to know about flying the Donner Pass / Truckee section of I-80 west of Reno?
  16. freerangequark

    Advice needed - XC Flight from Chicago to Sacramento

    Any thoughts on heading south out of Reno and then following Hwy 50 instead of taking I-80 in to the Sac Valley?
  17. freerangequark

    Advice needed - XC Flight from Chicago to Sacramento

    Any thoughts on heading south out of Reno and then following Hwy 50 instead of taking I-80 in to the Sac Valley?
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