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Old 10-14-2013, 02:32 PM
60av8tor 60av8tor is offline
 
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Location: Harrisburg, Pa
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Default A short IFR hop

I recently read through the ?IFR in the flight levels? thread and it made me itch for a good IMC day. I agree with all the posts in that thread about the appropriateness (or lack thereof) of an RV for serious weather flying. BUT? I love flying IFR/IMC and try to jump on good IFR days such as this morning. I had to head back to SC today, so I decided to do it this morning while I had a nice, safe stratus layer my entire route - OVC about 800-1000 my entire route. While I had a pretty good headwind, it was silky smooth and beautiful above the layer.

About to hit the ceiling:


Break out about 2,500 later:


I love it up here!


Time to head back down:


Keeping the skills sharp, plus a free bug wash!


The latest Dynon update added charts ? great addition that gives great SA:


I?m soon coming up on my one year anniversary of owning my RV. A bit over 100 hours in my RV, and I still can?t get over the capability of my plane compared to the planes I had been renting.
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