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Old January 7th 04, 02:58 PM
S Narayan
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Default US cross country flight

A friend of mine and I (from the San Francisco Bay area) are planning a
cross country trip in Sept '04 spanning the Labor Day weekend. We plan to
take 9-10 days, weather permitting, going all the way to New York/Boston and
back in a single engine Cessna 182. We are looking for a 3rd pilot willing
to share the flying duties and expenses. A pilot with an IFR rating or one
who has good VFR and/or mountain flying experience will be ideal. If you are
from the Bay area and interested in learning more, send me an email and we
can meet and talk about it. We are excited about this trip and this is a
great opportunity to see the country and get some good cross country time.

emal: narayan AT yahoo.com


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