Yes but to ship a 5 lb (15x15x10) package with a declared value of $30
from Buffalo to Tegucigalpa would cost just under $300 USD. She uses a
PakMail service that cost about 1/3 of UPS's charge but takes about
three times as long to arrive. Customs, especially at the Honduran end,
have been a problem. Things often end up missing.
I know of a Beech Sundowner
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that can hold 10' boards in the tail section. <G> Heck, it's
I can see it now... Busted at customs! Not for drugs, cash, booze,
jewels, or women, but exotic lumber.
We used to live in West Floral Park, NY, just off the "path" (whatever it
is called) and a few miles away from the landing runway of Kennedy
International Airport (Idlewild). It was magnificent to see all those
747's and other biggies float by, and I really like being a passenger on
them better than on 767's. In addition, the Concord(e) was very beautiful,
but noisy as all "#311".
Never been in one. I've seen the tiny things on the ground a number of
times, and I know (sort of) some bigwigs who liked to fly them. Among
them, Sir John Vane eventually got a Nobel prize, but Salvador Moncada did
WOW! Great shot!
Consider it borrowed.
Look at the area where the contrails go off the top left of the
screen. That's right about where my little airplane would be like a
kayak in the Perfect Storm. <G>
I knew you'd like to see that if you hadn't already.
Rip the wings right off a Pitt. What about a guy in an
You read and learn about safety/exclusion zones and I often thought
that a few miles were a bit over-cautious, but then I saw this.
I really like the way the air is slightly different between left and
right vortex...almost looking like a slide the width of the wingspan.
Like a huge sheet.
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