Here are some of the pictures from Feb 6th; a flight to Windham, CT.
Carmen and Rachel came on this flight.
I gave Carmen the camera to use during the flight. She took over a hundred pictures! Here is the view from the back seats. Each seat has their own headset jack. One great feature a plane has is that you can press the cockpit button so you can hear the people in the backseats. If they are too loud, which Carmen and Rachel can be, we can turn them off from us in the front. They can speak to each other, but we don't have to listen to their giggly banter. This is a feature I want for the car!
This is Rachel:
On March 20th, Abram and I flew to Springfield, VT. This is the airport that is near the Inn at Weathersfield that we stayed at in February.
As we traveled we passed a hill covered with windmills. I thought this picture was neat.
This was one of the only signs I saw that winter was disappearing - melting ice on the river.
After we landed the airport was much more alive and I captured someone taking helicopter lessons near the area where we park the planes.
The following weekend, we traveled to Lebanon, NH to see Leah. We flew by the same windmills we saw the previous weekend from the opposite side. I think this photo is better.
Here's the budding photographer approaching the plane.
Abram is enjoying flying to many places, some of which we get to join him in. On April 17 he flew to Provincetown, then to Nantucket, to Martha's Vineyard and back to Bedford, MA. He did this flight with his instructor. This was good because he had to negotiate >50 mile an hour winds at Nantucket.