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Old 04-29-2020, 05:08 PM   #1345
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Oh, it's probably changed quite a bit since you were stationed there, old salt -
I love sailing! It's just so much more natural to just go with the wind and the waves instead of slamming violently through them.

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And yet you fly jets...
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And yet you fly jets...
Yes, but, I'll bet he has the most fun when he shuts the engines down and just glides around -
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And yet you fly jets...
Well the jet kinda just slices through the air like a knife through hot butter... but anyway that's just a way for me pay the bills and stuff. If I was smarter I would be a doctor or an engineer or something but I gotta do something that makes some decent cheddar that's legal. I'm pretty good at programming computers but I'm unlicensed, uncertified, and unethical so it's mostly just work for people I know on the sides. But yeah man if you're going to be on the water for the sake of just being on the water sailing is the way to go. Humfrz is right its like glider flying of boating. If I did aviation over again I would have started in a glider. My best students when I was an instructor were the ones with previous glider experience. Those kids went from Civil Air Patrol cadets straight to the Air Force, they were going places with or without me.

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