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Anybody looking for cheap time in an R44 Raven I, $330 an hour for dual instruction or cross country time from Kenosha,WI to anywhere in the U.S. for $230 an hour and you pay fuel! Offer good until April.

 

Good price for the right time builder!

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It won't be long until the free ferry time people chime in. Hopefully I have pre empted them.

 

Doesn't seem like a ferry to me. "WI to anywhere in the US" is actually far from a ferry since I'd get to choose where it would go.

 

 

Also. If anyone knows where the term "fire sale" came from, I'd be interested to know...

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Not a ferry flight offer so no need to "chime in",...although I do enjoy making fun of those douchebags!

 

Seems like a pretty good rental rate, I'd give it a go, if it weren't so far away!

Upon reflection, you were right, and I read the OP's post wrong, making me and my post, well, wrong. I apologize for being wrong on the forum. I should have saved my chime for something appropriate. Sorry for the blunder. If anyone can't live with that and wants more, I will be willing to amend or delete my original reply.

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Upon reflection, you were right, and I read the OP's post wrong, making me and my post, well, wrong. I apologize for being wrong on the forum. I should have saved my chime for something appropriate. Sorry for the blunder. If anyone can't live with that and wants more, I will be willing to amend or delete my original reply.

 

Not only do I want you to change your original reply, I want you to go through the ENTIRE forum and find EVERY post you EVER made and change it! :P

 

Or you could just leave them all alone. It's not like you asked how we'd have to log it... :D

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Interesting offer. The dual almost seems an even better deal.

 

@ridethisbike: good question, you had me intrigued. Here's what Wikipedia had to say:

In December, 1856, the account of an extensive fire in the American House mentions the following occupants: E. B. Gee, clothing; T. B. Choate, drugs; J. C. Tenney, boots and shoes; Maraton Upton, dry goods; and M. W. Hayward, groceries. Maraton Upton removed his stock to No. 9 Rollstone block, and advertised "Extraordinary fire sale; customers are invited to call and examine goods which are still warm."[3]

 

 

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