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Old 05-22-2018, 07:32 AM
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Old 05-22-2018, 03:55 PM
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BTW, we always use ear-muffs for our dog. This is the only time we did not because Misa wanted her to take a good photo. It was just a short 15 minute flight to Catalina. We have never and probably will never take her on a long XC trip, even with ear muffs - Misa is too concerned about her comfort.

Boyd, I totally agree. At first she was against me owning a plane, but after the first trip, she was totally on-board. And on her first night-flight, she must have said "wow" three times! So yes, we're very lucky who have wives who are into this.
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Old 05-23-2018, 02:07 AM
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My compliments on a nice video.

Looks like you are doing some great traveling, and btw, sharp-looking RV-4.

Glad to hear you are protecting your dog's hearing. Their ears are so much more sensitive than ours, I always cringe at the poor dogs being set up to be deaf with hearing damage due to airplane noise.
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