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Congratulations on a GREAT Site!!!
Greetings All: Just want to congratulate you on a great site. Great for my pre-planning. So much easier than folding open a big sectional, LOL. Also, just want to say hello to everyone here. Did not find a forum to introduce yourself so hope it's ok to do so here. Hello from Eastern Iowa!!! BuffDaddy is my nickname and I love flying. Have a Quicksilver GT400 that I love to fly over the countryside and along the beautiful Mississippi River. 2500 hour GA pilot but love Experimental Birds. I have a 550' Ultralight strip here by the house and am working on a 1300' runway that hopefully will be finished in the Fall. Nothing beats bringing my camera with me and doing some photography from the air. Great shots can be had for sure. The peacefulness of early morning and evening flying is so good for the soul. Leave all my worries on the ground and feel like I just had a weeks vacation upon return. Anyone flying in the Eastern Iowa, Northwestern Illinois area give me a shout. Coffee pot always on. Safe Flying: BuffDaddy Ranger Recon, Class 0f 67. I know I'm going to Heaven because I did my time in Hell!!!
Glad you found the site. Sounds like you've got a little piece of heaven right here on earth. Send in some airport pics if you have any!
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Airport Pictures
In the last hour I have noticed a lot of students and a lot of Sim Enthusists here. Have you given any consideration to posting a shot or two from the sim perspective with your airport images? There a lot of people out there that use the sim for practice.
The mediocre teacher tells, the good teacher explains, the great teacher demonstrates; it is the superior teacher that inspires.
Not so much.
Airports are way too easy to spot in sims. In the real world, sometimes it can be remarkably difficult to find a small strip, even if you know exactly where to look. The point of the Airport photos is to show the airfield surrounded by buildings, trees, roads, and other things that a pilot will see when approaching a strange airport from the air.
Got to agree with that, Dave.
Got to agree with that, Dave. It's embarrassing to admit how hard it can be to spot my home field when approaching from a new direction. And I once made a real fool of myself approaching a new field (as a student on a solo X-C) because the way it appeared in life was so different from the neat image in the AF/D. The lesser-used of the two runways was so much less conspicuous than the larger, brighter-painted one, that I could only see one and was sure I must be somewhere else, despite all other evidence. I look at the airport photos on SkyVector to learn what to search for. Adding "sim" images would be OK with me if people want them, but only if they are kept strictly separate.
John Parsons
I Agree
I agree with BuffDaddy ... this is one great site !!! Now retired with over 14,000 hours in the logbook, I wish there had been a site like this years ago. Everything a pilot would want to know is available either on or through this site ... amazing and, I'm sure, the result of a lot of hard work. Thanks

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Thank you Buffdaddy
I am new to this site....thank you for serving your country from an army brat. Have great respect for you and know that you have done your time. I live in north Georgia and my dad served in the Army / Air Corp and retired as an officer in the early 1980s with 40 years. I have always love to fly and still do. My dad was born and raised in DAY where he used to walk by the brothers bicyle shop and wave to them.
 New here myself, just

 New here myself, just looking for another way to plan a flight.

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