Due to massive construction projects at the Redmond airport (KRDM), we have moved the June C2A clinic to Bend Municipal airport (KBDN). Epic Aircraft has kindly offered to host the event at its south complex (the former Columbia factory). Unfortunately, this has delayed our getting the word out, and we are in the bomb run to finalize event registration.
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Peter KingC2A KBDN Host
Looking forward to the clinic in Bend this weekend! Any more details on logistics - arrival/departure times etc?
We just completed the C2A Clinic at Epic in Bend, Oregon, and it was quite a success!
No doubt others who attended will chime in, but the smaller group worked really well together, and we were able to cover a lot of ground (both literally and figuratively) safely while developing excellent skills through the weekend.
Special thanks to Epic Aircraft for hosting the event at their facilities at the last minute due to construction at both KRDM and KBDN.
I hope we see more of you next year!
Photos to come, I hope.
Peter "Scrape" King
Peter - thanks so much to you and Epic for hosting us this past weekend. Those E1000's are sure looking pretty!
What an amazing flying experience - a great way to work on stick and rudder skills. The most fun i've had in some time - element landings as #2 are very exhilarating! The small group worked really well - there was very little time where we were idle, and Bend is a great location to base out of.
Thanks to Peter Kingand Michael Radomskyfor some excellent mentoring and safety piloting and Gregory Akers for what expect will be some awesome photos.
Thanks to John Bakerfor being a great wingman and to his wife Pam for some great photos also. And to Michael McLaughlin for being an excellent lead - he and i even got in some extra practice on the way back to NorCal!
I'm bummed i can't make C2A this year but am all the more determined to be there in 2019.
I highly recommend this clinic to anyone who wants to really improve their stick and rudder skills.
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