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nice description. Thanks very much.


That is SO cool! Did you go somewhere here in MI? (I know there is one not too far from me down in Gregory). My husband flies...not gliders though. Those pesky things called ultralights. He loves it. I am going to share this with him. He'll get a kick out of it!

Barb: Thank you for taking up into the sky. (Next season's goal: conquer lift-off panic!)

Stefani: We were out near Manchester.

It was an unforgettable experience. I don't really have to time to take on yet another activity, but I'm thinking about taking a few lessons to get a taste. And apparently some people have really strung out their lessons over a long time period.

That's so cool! We live in Chelsea and my relatives live literally a few houses down from the airport in Gregory that does glider stuff all day long. The kids love to watch it. Hubby wishes he could fly out of Rosettie's airport right there on 52 between Chelsea and Manchester instead of where he does now. How exciting!

Rosettie's would be a bit of a drive for you, wouldn't it. It's a very small, mowed out of the middle of farmer's fields kind of "airport".

Nope, not far at all. I think it's just over 8 miles from our house. My husband actually flies out of Air Rahe (I think that's how you spell it) and that's all the way down in Petersburg MI. Which is like exit 5 down 23 south. Quite a hike. He's always looking locally because he hates driving the hour to get down there.

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