Lifestyle

Places we travel and the fun things we do.

How many people can escape a shower under one GlaStar wing? John Lake, Steve Tillinghast, Margaret & Charlie Burton, Heidi Tillinghast, Mike & Teri Ray, Arlo Reeves, Dave Ammenti and photographer Ann Walker can.

The 8th Annual Columbia Fly-In is a Success!

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Thanks to all who flew to Columbia this year to celebrate Oktoberfest in style. You made it happen and it was great fun being...
Stephen & son Michael Eastman check out the flightline. Photo: Arlo Reeves.

Report from the Columbia 2009 Fly-In

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Thanks to all who came to the Columbia Fly-In this year making it a great success! A record 18 GlaStars and Sportsmans (14 & 4)...
Sportsman N2CQ-camping

Airplane Camping in a Sportsman

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Some years ago I purchased a used, flying Glasair 1 RG. At the time, that airplane fulfilled my mission for going fast and doing...

Oshkosh AirVenture 2007

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Written by by Greg and Sue Prentiss If I was writing a newspaper headline it would probably read: Hammer Brothers deliver ANOTHER one—two punch for Glasair at AirVenture 2007. A...

Flying to Alaska

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Some places just enchant you. No matter how many times you go there it isn’t enough. Alaska is like that for me. It was...
Carlos Emmons after the flight with Glauco Nuzzi.

A Trip to Italy

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Sometimes work is such a drag. I got a call on short notice to cover a trip to Rome (bummer). I e-mailed fellow ‘netter Glauco...

The Kit in the Really Big Box

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Written by Julie Passmore. Julie suffers her husband Rod's obsession in Forest, Virginia. Notes from the bitter better half When my husband called from Oshkosh a...

Ducking the Long Arm of the Law

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Most of us are generally law-abiding citizens, but it's a rare pilot who hasn't occasionally bent an FAR just a little bit around the...

Doing Business with the Glasair III

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"You try to do too many things when we go someplace," is a comment I'll sometimes hear from my wife, Bonita. And I guess...