the last books I needed, Phil Crouchers prof. helicopter pilot training, and a log book. after I pay Uncle Sam his share here in the middle of April, then I'll start saving for the first 5 hour block of time. I really need to get my pontoon sold April already, man where does the time go?
rec'd the next shipment of books, Aviation weather, weight and balance, student folder and paper flight computer, I have a very old Sanderson flight computer circa mid 70's wanted to see if things have changed, guess what, NOT my all metal one is still good to go will get the Jeppesen schwizer book next that should finish everything I need to get the home study going. cleaned up an area for the desk and study spot now it's a matter of getting started in the right order anyone have any comm
the first batch of books and charts arrived today. the NACO sent the wrong USTP. Emailed them of the error, will wait for the reply. got the copy of the POH for the S300CB, FAR/AIM (man that's a thick book), and the Rotorcraft Flying Handbook. Need to oreder a few more books yet. the wife is getting rather testy about me being on the web too often come the first of the year, I will make some changes, in many aspects, mostly resulting in saving as much money as possible for flying.
Man where does the time go, it's mid December already Christmas shopping is almost done, so that a releif. ordered the Nav Charts and training chart last week, ordered most of the books I need today, will order the rest later this month (Xmas shopping ya know ).
well it's hard to beleive it's November already Deer hunting has precedence for the first half of the month, gotta put meat in the freezer ya know. I'll be ordering my ground school books in a couple of weeks and should see them before Thanksgiving. December and January get rather boring so I'll have plenty of time to study, gawd it's been 20+ years since I did school work I figure 2 hours each evening and 4 hours each Saturday and sunday for studying should get me the knowledge I need to