Read my Flying Carpet column, “Far From Home,” appearing in the November, 2009 issue of AOPA Flight Training magazine
This installment covers the second portion of our 2-week cross-the-country flying adventure, covering routes from Illinois to Indiana, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and South Carolina.
Above: Farm fields near Charlottesville, Virginia. See additional photos here.
©2009, 2021 Gregory N. Brown
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3 thoughts on “Greg’s November column, “Far from Home,” & additional photos”
Greg — I like the html format and the additional links you provide! I have enjoyed reading the first two installments of your cross-country adventure and look forward with keen interest to the next two.
I got a laugh reading about George in “Bit of an Expert.” I’ve known a few guys like that, too 🙂
Thank you so much for the monthly inspiration!
Thanks, Roger! It’s good to “hear your voice.” Do you know Jan & Bernie Stanich, who figured in “Bit of an Expert?” They lived in Lafayette before moving to Indianapolis. Hope all is well with you! Greg