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    Shocked Why you always need to preflight after a kid is in your plane - VIDEO

    Hello EAA Family,
    Well, after having to take a break from editing for the birth of another future pilot (babies are hard), I知 finally back with another flight vlog. This time it痴 a twist on the classic $100 hamburger run - spoiler alert, I eat WAY too many cookies.


    Also a few lessons within: You値l see why I知 thinking about adding a few checklist items to my personal checklist after introducing a kid to aviation. I had checked all of the major systems after my future young eagle played in the cockpit, but I missed a minor one that could have super inconvenient consequences.

    EAA is the heart of aviation, and I'm always looking for more ideas - thanks for watching!



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    Great video! Can't wait to see the next one!

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    Thanks Smitty! As always, appreciate your support!

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    I enjoy your sense of humor and watched several of your videos. But a 172? It's like inviting the girls out for a ride in the family minivan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cub builder View Post
    I enjoy your sense of humor and watched several of your videos. But a 172? It's like inviting the girls out for a ride in the family minivan.
    Does it make you feel better to know I did all of my primary training in a J-3?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Dembroski View Post
    Does it make you feel better to know I did all of my primary training in a J-3?
    I remember those days!!
    Cheers!

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joda View Post
    I remember those days!!
    Oh man - the stories you could tell everyone! Pretty sure I only tried to kill you once in a Cherokee.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Dembroski View Post
    Oh man - the stories you could tell everyone! Pretty sure I only tried to kill you once in a Cherokee.....
    No, you weren't that bad. I've had people try a lot harder to kill me than you did!!
    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joda View Post
    No, you weren't that bad. I've had people try a lot harder to kill me than you did!!
    Hah! I'll take it!

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    Oh, that center line is simply a guide and a suggestion; I wouldn't worry about it.

    Man, I am so glad we have so few towers down here! When one lands with a tail wind it means something unusual is happening.
    The opinions and statements of this poster are largely based on facts and portray a possible version of the actual events.

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