Flying Photos

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Liam and Gramp...yes...that's me. Nothing makes me happier than getting kids in the air,
especially my first grandson.
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A well-equipped panel in N21627...
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Business Class
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Daughter Marlena demonstrates the look you never want to get from your co-pilot
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Mitchell shunning the press photographer
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Son Adam and Grandson Liam. We've accidentally created a flying monster. We've got a
four year-old airplane nut on our hands.
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Back with a crew of Young Eagles on a gorgeous flying day

I just wanted to say thank you for a wonderful air plane ride last Saturday. Your gift to the Birch Hill Playground fundraising has enriched so many.
All the kids who will be playing on the equipment will be flying high during recess for years to come and my son Conor will have memories to last a lifetime.

Conor was thrilled to get to "fly the plane" and has been (no pun intended) on cloud nine ever since. He has been telling everyone he has been in contact with about his trip and how cool it was.

The trip to Keene for breakfast with the fly by over Mt. Monadnock. He has been strutting around like a peacock with its brilliant blue & black feathers fanned out to its fullest. I appreciate how you encouraged him and reinforced his actions throughout his time on the stick.
It seemed like he was six inches taller when he got out of the plane. He is not alone in bragging. I golf on Wednesday nights and was talking to one of the guys in the league who is a retired military aviator. I told him how you instructed my son to conduct a 360 degree turn, not lose any altitude and come out of the turn nice and sharp still heading due east.

When I said Conor completed the turn flawlessly he said he could do that his 1st time back in flight school. This guy flew C130's and a number of other aircraft in his years of service in the air force. He said I should start looking at the Air Force academy as it sounds like I have a natural pilot on my hands.

But what can I say, he has a bias to the Air Force, but I do like the price of the academy over other options. Karl, I'm not sure Conor is a natural pilot but I do think you are a natural instructor !!

Thanks again for a wonderful day !!

Barry & Conor O'Neil