Pics from Bushnell Fly-In

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Pics from Bushnell Fly-In

Postby scubarider2 » Fri Apr 18, 2008 3:47 pm

Kinda awesome clouds....should I be up here???? :shock:  :shock:  :shock:   on the way to Bushnell Fly-In.
The other landing strip is at Cedar Key, Florida.  Really cool strip.  Nice old town.  Great food.  
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Postby Wes » Fri Apr 18, 2008 8:45 pm

Dennis,
More GREAT pics!
I really get envious when I see those views.
Sorry I missed you at Bushnell. I had to bug out early to get to SNF to set up camp. maybe next year!
Would you believe, I flew my bride-to-be to Cedar Key for lunch one day almost 40 yrs ago, - the amazing part is she is still with me!
Fly safe, - and you can brag all you want, as long as you post the pics!

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Postby Uwe Jens » Fri Apr 18, 2008 9:45 pm

Hi Dennis,
very beautiful pics, I understand the motive of your inspiration.  By the time I´m finishing the electrical installation. This coming week I´ll begin the upholstery.  I think I will finish the project in about 6 weeks more.  
Getting back to the inspiration topic, I hope to modify this picture, changing my feet for the Highlanders´ hood @ 20,000 feet altitude over the COTOPAXI VOLCANO (the highest active volcano on the world)
This picture was taken while flying a Quicksilver Sport II  with a Rotax 582.  Whenever you want, you are invited to realize this adventure.  It is the most awesome by the time.
Regards,
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Postby scubarider2 » Sat Apr 19, 2008 10:03 am

WOW,,,,okay you are a better man than me going 20,000 ft.  Damn cold up there!!! :shock:
I use to own a Quicksilver Sport IIS as well.  Loved it.  But, can only have so many toys at once.  
Fantastic pic!  Thanks.
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