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FLYING BC - March 2002
FLYING BC  -  March 2002
FLYING BC  -  March 2002
FLYING BC - February 2003
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Breakfast Club of BC to Get Started Again March 29
Here we go again.....only 7 weeks away and we're off to our first BCBC breakfast club fly-out breakfast/brunch for 2003 in ?....take a look at the schedule below for details. Keep in mind that the schedule below is tentative for now, and will be discussed in detail at our first meeting in Penticton on March 29. Please, plan to attend and give us your ideas about neat places to go, where many of us have not been before. The idea of BCBC is to fly to unusual destinations, meet unusual people (aren't pilots unusual?), and see unusual things wherever possible.

Join us this year! I think you'll enjoy the experience, and get flying.
BCBC Fly-Out Schedule for 2003
March 29 .............................PENTICTON, BC (Discussion & Planning Meeting +
tour of SS Sicamouse)

April 26 ................................PITT MEADOWS, BC

May 31 - June 1 ..................NANAIMO, BC

June 28 .................................NELSON, BC

July 26 ..................................POWELL RIVER, BC

August 30 .............................PRIEST LAKE, ID

September 27 .......................OLIVER, BC

October 25 ...........................SALMON ARM, BC
The above is a tentative schedule only. We
will discuss the details at our planning meeting
in Penticton on March 29. Bring your ideas as to possible alternate destinations, or contact me by e-mail.
When one engine fails on a twin-engine airplane you always have enough power left to get you to the scene of the crash.
Blue water Navy truism; There are more planes in the ocean than there are submarines in the sky.
Never trade luck for skill.
The four most common expressions (or famous last words) in aviation are, "Why is it doing that?"; "Where are we?"; "Watch this!" and "Ooh, Sh**!"
Weather forecasts are horoscopes with numbers.
Airspeed, altitude or brains. Two are always needed to successfully complete the flight.
A smooth landing is mostly luck; two in a row is all luck; three in a row is provocation.
Mankind has a perfect record in aviation; we never left one up there!
Navy carrier pilots to Air Force pilots: Flaring is like squatting to pee.
The Piper Cub is the safest airplane in the world; it can just barely kill you. (Attributed to Max Stanley, Northrop test pilot)
The three best things in life are a good landing, a good orgasm, and a good bowel movement. The night carrier landing is one of the few opportunities in life where you get to experience all three at the same time. (Author unknown, but someone who's been there)
When a flight is proceeding incredibly well, something was forgotten.
A FEW AVIATION TRUISMS