What is your occupation?
What is your home airport?
What year did you start flying?
Where did you learn to fly?
Langley Flying School
Why did you start flying?
I was a kid in the '60s, part of the post-WW2 GA boom that ground to a halt in the early '70s. It stuck with me, the feeling that learning to fly was as important as learning to drive.
In my late '40s I found that I was still interested, and was in a place where I could afford to do something about it.
What airplane did you learn to fly in?
What airplane do you fly now?
Beech 23 Musketeer. The only one still flying in B.C.!
What is your favorite kind of flying or place to fly to?
As long as it's fun, I'm not choosy. :-)
What is your favorite feature on the BCGA website?
Trip sheets and trip reports.
In a few words describe what the BCGA is to you:
Networking and community.
What other aviation organizations / clubs are you affiliated with?
Beech Aero Club (crucial when one flies an uncommon/orphan plane)
What is your favorite quote?
"I have slipped the surly bonds of earth..."
Photography, astronomy, ham radio
Anything else you would like to share with your fellow members:
While learning to fly I lost 160 pounds. It changed my life. Don't bother whining "I've lost so much weight none of my clothes fit any more!". People are not sympathetic. :-)