I pushed through from Monday night from West Virginia into Ohio Monday night and arrive in the early hour of Tuesday at Franklin Flying Field-3fk. Sadly I hadn’t beat the weather and the forecast wasn’t looking good. Late afternoon, I got to meet the man I’d come to visit, Dave Halcomb the owner of Midwest
I arrived at Robert Newlon Airpark in the morning and then made my way into Huntington for some coffee and to edit and upload my progress for Virginia. Huntington is the home of Marshall University and the Thundering Herd. The weather is overcast and shows for some showers, but it all turned out in the
I connected with Randy Lambert to fly in Virginia. The park here is absolutely beautiful. The weather this morning was perfect but pretty cold. While I could have flown it this morning I decided to wait for Randy this afternoon and look forward to the flight.
Arriving in North Carolina at Gastonia Municipal Airport Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday catching up on videos and updating Maps and much more. On Thursday I moved over to Jeff Pearson Lincolnton where I spent the day updating Drone Panora material and taking a day off before the snow rolled in the late afternoon. Friday morning
Thanks to John Adams I connected with other pilots and got to fly with Philip Brown and another pilot where we ripped it up for most of the afternoon which resulted in a lot of footage for the video which is at the bottom of this post. Definitely come and fly with these guys at
You will recall, while I was in Oklahoma, I connected with Dr. Jeffrey Miller (a Fellow Paramotor Pilot) who is going on a five-day medical mission to a small village called Nueva Esperanza (New Hope) just outside of Guatemala City. Here is an update from his trip on the great work that he did out
Coming to Georgia feels like a new phase of the trip. It started with an emotional departure from Florida, stormy weather on the way up and positioning in the beautiful countryside near Americas at Hodge’s field. I grew a little impatient on Friday and wanted to get up in the air. The weather was gusty
As you know, there are many Paramotor Schools in Florida which is also known for a lot of flyable weather. I had the good fortune to visit several training centers and meet many people who are well known in the sport. This is the summary of my time there. I arrived in Pensacola late afternoon
Yordankys energy and excitement about Paramotors is huge. I can’t thank him enough for this generous donation and look forward to making a difference with it.
In the last few days, several new donations have come in that I wish to recognize. In Episode 35 on the Aviator Show, Eric Farewell Pledged to donate $500 to the Aviator Foundation (1:04:46). Brad Roberts donated $100 via GoFundMe. Nate Gill donated $50·after seeing me on the Aviator Livestream. He said, “I don’t fly yet,