Cabin Class Fever | After the Great Lockdown: The Great Lakes = Great Flying

Cabin Class Fever | After the Great Lockdown: The Great Lakes = Great Flying

cab·in fe·vernounThe distressing, claustrophobic irritabilityor restlessness experienced when a person or group is stuck at an isolated location or in confined quarters for an extended period. Lately, we have all had cabin fever. And our restlessness, frustration and irritability became privately and publicly evident – but no more. Now that we can resume flying, eating out and Read More

Don’t Quote Me: Pilots and Ballplayers

Don’t Quote Me: Pilots and Ballplayers

Flying may often require a modicum of depth perception and occasional Jedi-like reflexes and hand-eye coordination, but usually it’s 90 percent mental; the other half is physical. Some mountain-moving strength might be needed in getting the airplane out of the hangar and into starting position, but once in flight, there would have to be ugly Read More