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bob turner

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Ryan and I were talking a couple days ago - he was wondering if we were selling (no). He said that someone was asserting that only 12 are still flying. That seems a bit light.
I think we found a bunch of L2 Taylorcrafts still flying, and surely they made more J4s than L2 Taylorcrafts?

Anyway, I told him that two years ago we might have sold it for 32K, but now we were having so much fun we probably would turn down offers twice that high. It is definitely "different."

Speaking of "different," did I tell you I am instructing in a 450 Stearman? Talk about the blind leading the blind . . . But now I have ten successful pattern hours! Goes straight up! Makes an impressive amount of noise!
 

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