The following are my notes to document Rachelle and I trip out West to celebrate her 40th birthday. My intent was to show Rachelle what I find the most interesting in the United States from the sheer beauty standpoint. Having … Continue reading
I already shared photos of Gdynia, Sopot and Torun from the air. Now it is time for my hometown, the historical Gdansk. I also took some photos of Malbork which is about 1h south of Gdansk. Malbork is a castle … Continue reading
So en-route to FlightSimCon 2017, we decided to take a little detour and fly along the Hudson for some scenic views of Manhattan. FAA established what is called SFRA (Special Flying Rules Area) around the Hudson and developed a couple … Continue reading
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On June 17th, my oldest son Alex and I embarked on a cross-country in my new-to-me A36 Beech Bonanza. The plan was to depart from Indy and fly all the way to Southern California via Santa Fe, NM and Sedona, … Continue reading
Until recently, if you asked me what would be my favorite city/area in the States, my answer would be (without hesitation): Sausalito and Tiburon in the SF area. Now that I have discovered Provo, Utah, I am not so sure … Continue reading
I used to live in Gdynia – modern port city (in relative way) in Poland built in the 1920’s. Sopot, on the other hand, is an old spa/summer vacation town with a pier and the famous Grand Hotel. Completely different … Continue reading
A few aerial photos of my American hometown – Carmel, IN. I must say, I thoroughly enjoy living here. Others agree; in 2012 the Money Magazine voted Carmel as #1 small city to live in the United States.