Picture of the Week, September 24, 2020


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    • Sorry, that is my last name and I do fly that KA 250. However, there is one error in the caption. Libby is S59. My home airport where I keep my Baron is S69. Actually, haven’t had much grief about my name since junior high.

    • Chip,
      I recently retired from a 40-year career as a pilot, flight instructor, and Designated Pilot Examiner. Along the way it was my privilege to work and fly with some of the finest professionals in the industry, many of whom have become life-long friends. It was a career that afforded me the occasional opportunity to indulge my hobby as an amateur photographer. Thank you for giving me an excuse to reminisce.
      Best wishes,
      Tom Krashen