First off, we would like to thank you for being with us in various ways the last few days, weeks, months or years. However long or actively you have visited this blog, my wife and I would like to reach … Continue reading Legal to work for a year!
Last year was an amazing year! Looking back I am so grateful for the many blessings that were bestowed upon me and Jewel. Throughout hard work involving my and Jewel’s relationship in getting married, Jewel’s demanding full time job, and … Continue reading 2019: Steps into unknown adventures!
Several weeks have gone by since I came back to Spokane from the internship with MAF. It was now time to wrap up the commercial flying course which I could not complete last semester in June. I got assigned to … Continue reading Commercial Check Ride Complete!
The final week of my internship at MAF came faster than I had anticipated. I think that was true for me as well as the people around me. Now and then someone would come up and ask how many more … Continue reading Internship week 5: Final
The fourth week of my internship was quite different in some good ways and in some not so enjoyable ways. To start things off, Jewel had to travel back to Spokane to start working. She teaches newcomers to the USA … Continue reading Internship week 4
Time flies by! Especially during an internship involving airplanes. I started this week feeling so blessed and happy I get to serve in ways that I love that in some ways will benefit people around the world. Not sure exactly … Continue reading Internship week 3
After the week of orientation and classes I got to start working in the maintenance shop. The base I am doing my shop internship at belongs to Mission Aviation Fellowship US and is located in Nampa, Idaho. Me and my … Continue reading Internship Week 2
As part of my training at Moody Aviation I am required to do an internship in a cross cultural setting and preferably with an organization that do the type of flying that I get trained to do. Due to some … Continue reading Internship week 1
I have learned that some of the hardest things a pilot does is not to maneuver the aircraft. It is not to know the details of limits of operating the aircraft. Many times it is the decisions that are the … Continue reading Not the test I expected
It has been a hard semester with very fast-paced, intense and difficult learning. In the end though, I could still pass the written, oral and practical examination to be an instrument rated pilot. What does it mean to have an … Continue reading Legal to fly in the clouds!