Engine Out Flight to the Ground
I sure wish more pilots would practice engine out landings. When it happens for real for the first time it is like you just grabbed a bare wire from an old wore out electrical cord that is plugged in to 120 volts. Then you try everything to get the engine back running, flipping switches and valves, that takes about 5 seconds. Then you shut everything off and glide with your adrenaline making you sweat and heart pound hard.
Please practice engine out landings, in most cases they are survivable even in unfriendly terrain.
New Ulm, MN 56073
388 hours and counting