Type: Posts; User: Gern_Blanston
A little excitement in the airplane when the pilot's arm fell off!
That'd be an interesting NASA report.:eek:
Damn that's cool.
That is a biiiiig unit.
Funny. Sad... True... But funny.
Very cool. Guy always put forward a good impression, and never balked at the job that he'd had to do way back when.
Ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!!!:laugh::thumbup::laugh::thumbup::laugh:
Nice!! Good sport, Greg. Hell, you were almost up to my neck of the woods. Shoulda' stopped by for a latte'!
I was out flying around in the right seat of the mighty '152. How's things? Staying...
Mrs. Blanston did raise an eyebrow when I came home and mentioned all the beaver conversations we had in the boat.:laugh:
Oops. Just looked at it. It was a leftover from sending another pic to someone else.:banghead:
Glad to do it. Enjoy.
Dang, that's ugly. I wonder how much that'll cost. :eek:
The biggest one I caught was only 27 lbs, so not really pic-worthy. :D
I reeled in a couple dozen Kings, along with 30 or 40 jacks, along with a few Dolly Vardens. Just enough to keep me awake on...
Go for it, lad. I can e-mail you the original JPEG if you'd like.
A pilot with a camera on a slow Saturday afternoon is a dangerous thing.
Got a ladder and took some shots of the fans on the jets that I fly:
Honeywell (Garrett) TFE731-5BR on the Hawker 800XP....