Arizona Flying in August
Flying in Arizona is an amazing experience. Especially when you are in a small non-commercial plane. I do quite a bit of things here in Arizona and throughout the U.S. I just came back from PA last month to enjoy Philadelphia and the surrounding area. It was on work time but was able to fit in play time too. In October I head over to Indianapolis, Indiana for work and fun. In fact, I am headed to Vegas for the Red Bull Air Race this October too. My flying friends have invited me out and we are going to have a blast! Oh yeah, I am headed for a week to Hawaii end of this month with scuba diving friends! YEAH!! I can’t wait to do some scuba diving!
Back home I connect with my friends by heading out to eat, ball games, plays, and other cool things. I also love connect with my dive club here in Phoenix Metro and head over to Mexico and other places to go diving. But one of the neatest things I love to do is flying with my friends to different parts of Arizona. This time we headed to Flagstaff for breakfast and to do a blood run. It was awesome! A very beautiful Arizona morning. We flew right at 7a.m. and it took us around 48 minutes to touch down at the Flagstaff Pullam airport.
We borrowed on of the airports jeeps and headed into town. We had a great breakfast at MartAnne’s restaurant in Flagstaff. Nothing like coffee and french toast with that cool north Arizona air. After getting tanked up on coffee we headed back home to Arizona. I took my canon camera with wide angle this time on the trip. I wanted to try to take some cool pictures of the topography I saw below, especially when we flew over the Sedona red rock areas. I am not a professional photographer at all. But it is fun to try to do some cool things with the camera. This was the first time I took my “underwater” camera (the camera I use when I go diving) with me. But even though flying is awesome I prefer going diving!! Sorry, flying buds!
Chow for now. Diving Doug