Friday, July 17, 2015
Well Friday 17th turned out to be a Stunner very warm light winds.
Mountain popped out for a look as well.
IMJ circled the Aerodrome arriving from the West and circling back over the Club hose then out West again.
Cessna 172R ZK-NPJ arrived overhead from Skywest Avaition outa NP part of the Air Ambulance and Training team there.
They popped in for a Cup of Coffee and a look around.
That's Andy (Student 172 ) trying the Mustang out as ya do one there is one to be had.
Seems to be suitably happy about the experience. Which is what we are all about here at Stratford
Looking on is Tash (Instructor 172 )
Once she had managed to extract Andy she took her rightful place in the Seat up front.
Tash said would be keen to come back and go experience the Mustang.
Look forward to the call Booking ya flight.
Team NPJ getting the Mustang shot dun and dusted.
NPJ heading out for some more instruction one suspects.
See ya next time
Mean while SSF having had her internals & externals dealt to getting ready for post maintenance flight with Wayne and Mike doing pre-flightly things.
Jeez keeping ya up Micheal
Rob & SAL getting ready to Aviate
SSF & the fella's heading out.
Just a gentle Northerly Breeze
Heading for a RWY-34 (Wellington) Departure.
Rob still getting ready to Aviate. Although SAL said she was feeling a bit flat so out came the Air to give her a boost.
After all that Rob and his Flying Machine.
The Chap's back in from post Maintenance flight.
RWY- 34 Arrival.
Well they look quite relaxed.......????????
Rob about to head out
SSF all good no Dribbles nothing fell off and everything where it should be. Excellent.
SHE is back in ACTION PEOPLE so get in quick.
Yup Rob has started up and yes the big BIN has arrived so clean out your Hangar.
She was all go this Arfo as can be seen here.
SAL & SSF getting personal like.
Rob on finals RWY-27
Mike outa here
Wayne the Boss (CFI) checking SSF out on the way past. Ya can tell he is checking it out his head tilted just so......
Round & Round he goes.
Rob back in from wearing himself out in the Sky.
Mike eventually came back also.
The Mountain slowly going to bed.
Now had to show you this shot of Mt Egmont/ Taranaki
Taken from Summit Mt Ruapheau.
Like to say my shot but alas no.
That's it for today.