Month: September 2022

Perspective

I was reminded again today of the power of changing my perspective. As my flight instructor and I were preparing to get in the airplane for multiple touch and go landings, she asked me about my seat height. Suddenly, I was taken back to our very first flight, when she suggested cranking it as high […]

Arrest and Redirect: Part 2

This week, the progression of my flying lessons began with more advanced maneuvers. The first one in this phase was “steep turns”. As we took off from the Asheville Airport and headed for the practice area just west of Lake Lure, I was feeling moderately confident that steep turns would be no big deal. However, […]