Fri, 5 March 2010
Welcome to episode three!
In this episode we talk about kids in the tower, retiring Sully, Candian charts, and of course our regular chatter.
During our show we talk about http://skyvector.com/ for flight planning.
Our song of the week is by Keely Smith. She sings a great version of 'Fly me to the moon'. You can find it on iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/keely-smith/id357762
Cavanaugh Bay is our destination of the week. 66S is the designator. http://airnav.com/airport/66S
The aviation auction Tony was talking about is at the following link then click "Specialty" http://www.doddsauction.com/
You can contact us at Hangar49@comcast.net
Until next week for Al, Tony and myself, blue skies and tail winds.
Thu, 25 February 2010
Episode 2 2/25/10
This Episode we let you Mmeet our buddy, Tony Roberts. He talks about flying in CCanada and the challenges the Olympics has created.
Tony's Aviation Music Moment: Stephen Stills - Tree Top Flyer - video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUmIO_MG5IU
Other cool videos can be found on http://www.alexisparkinn.com
Tony talks about the winery in the family. It was called Summerhill Pyramid Winery located in Kelowna. Check out the website at:http://www.summerhill.bc.ca/
I also found that it is NOT Hotdog Brown but Harpdog Brown. Check him out at http://www.harpdogbrown.com/default2.htm
Destination of the week: Kelowna / CYLW. I tried to find it in Airnav but I guess it is only USA. So here is the what I did find: http://www.fltplan.com/AirportInformation/CYLW.htm
Well I think that is it for now. I hope I didn't forget anything. As always you can find us hanging out at http://www.pacificnorthwestflying.com .
We are on Itunes and I hope to have us on Zune soon. Please let us know what you think. You can contact us at Hangar49@comcast.net.
Thu, 18 February 2010
This is episode one of Hangar49. Our podcast is geared towards the Pacific Northwest pilots.
Our favorite forum is http://www.pacificnorthwestflying.com/index.php
Check out the Arlington Fly-in at http://www.arlingtonflyin.org/