Week on the beach
We flew the RV6A to 2R4 last Tue. planned on coming home this Tue. Very fortuitous choice of days. Thanks to Michael, we had a 20 knot tailwind, or more, all the way home.
We left the hotel at 0500 to try to beat the rush out of town. No traffic to speak of. Turns out, most of the tourists left on Mon and no one came down to replace them. and the locals pretty much poo-poohed the little storm, till later and it was forecast become a CAT 3, and then CAT 4.
If we had flown into DTS (40 miles closer) it would have been $150-$200 more for fuel and parking. 2R4 fuel was $4/gal and parking was $5/nt, first 3 nights free.
Super Sabre Society
2012 RV10; 1993 RV6A; 1947 Cessna 140, in progress
2019 dues exempt but paid anyhow
F100, A7D, A10, F16,
Fokker, Boeing, McDonnell-Douglas