What are you flying? I've got a bunch from my RV-12. Here's one just to keep the thread about pics. Taken from the southwest at about 4500'. This one would be better without the haze, and the splotch on my canopy.Same. I usually snap a few anytime I do a fly by, but they’re rarely good enough to share.
And one of the reasons I just had to post that thought and picture on this thread. By the way, Pkrd, the picture was taken in Totara Waters Subtropical Garden in Auckland, NZ, in 2010. As was this one:
Currently a 737 driver. Hoping to one day fly something a little more fun again. I miss GA flying. Would love to buy a Super Cub or AirCam or something to just loiter around low and slow in...someday.
I’ve been to the Bahamas at least 100 times...aside from the weather, I’ve never understood the allure. So many warm weather destinations out there that are much nicer.
Admittedly, most of my Bahamian experiences are Nassau or Freeport, so maybe I’m outta line.Ah, well, define your "nicer". If looks anything like Nassau or Grand Bahamas or the USVI, you lost us right off.
We look for relative peace and solitude in warm, beautiful locales sporting world class beaches devoid of tourists, and with just a smattering of true locals.
And the opportunity to get in some flyfishing on occasion doesn't hurt.
That is packaged perfectly in the Bahamas "Out Islands" for us...
Cool! Never knew it was called that. It’s definitely the biggest chicken in a chefs hat with silverware I’ve ever seen.That's the one
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That is amazing
Harriet should lay another egg today/tomorrow. You think it's amazing now, wait for the babies to be born and watch them grow up for the next several months. They have a chat session that you can join, they do lots with schools... Read the whole back story, it's all totally amazingThat is amazing
Bermuda so much better. I have been the Bahamas 5 or 6 times and always by sailboat. It is a great place to sail and the appeal for me is getting into some small cove and drop anchor for a few days. The yearly guys trip a couple years ago was spending almost two weeks sailing around the Berry Island chain and Bimini.I’ve been to the Bahamas at least 100 times...aside from the weather, I’ve never understood the allure. So many warm weather destinations out there that are much nicer.