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Diary of an IFR Ticket
Joe Campbell © 1993-2004
This is an account of how I earned my instrument rating by flying 52 hours in 18 days spread over three weeks in 1993. The vitals: Age: 49 (as of date of checkride) E-mail: Total time: 350 hrs, all SEL Instructor: Charles Harris, (415) 269-2520 E-mail: Aircraft: Grumman Tiger (AA5/R) Home base: HWD (Hayward, CA) ATC Environment: SFO Class B, Oakland, San Jose, Monterey Class C.
Prolog Mountebank or messiah? Day 1 Lesson One Day 2 Holds Day 3 Silent, on a Peak in Darien Day 4 The First Day I Died Day 5 Attitude Problems Day 6 Party Hats All Around Day 7 Gunslingers in the Sky Day 8 "Knock, Knock" Day 9 Quo Vadis? Day 10 The Willing Suspension of Disbelief Day 11 If Thine Eye Offends Thee... Day 12 Dogpatch Traffic... Day 13 A Bump in the Road Day 14 Keepin' Sharp Day 15 Polishing Day 16 Scooting Around the Sky Day 17 Stage Check Day 18 Check Ride Epilog Ticket's wet!
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