I am writing this post from Sedona Arizona after an amazing two days here. The weather and vistas are out of this world and there could not have been a better place in North America to spend the last 2 days. Our flight from Uvalde, Texas was easy and fun with interesting sights to see along the way like the Blue Origin spaceport in West Texas, Guadalupe Peak – the highest point in Texas, White Sands Missile Range, the War Eagles Museum just outside of El Paso and of course the amazing red rocks of Sedona.
We are headed out this morning to Paso Robles, California for the 2nd stop on the GALR where the EAA Chapter there have an exciting and action-packed schedule for our group. I am especially looking forward to visiting the local vineyards and meeting more Lancair owners, pilots and enthusiasts. (we just received a registration of a former ES owner joining the Rally at Paso Robles in his Cardinal!)
Our plan is to depart Sedona this morning as a multi-ship flight with a tour of interesting sights along the way. The weather looks to be near perfect for our 451 nm trip swinging us over Edwards Air Base and along the coast of California. This is what owning a Lancair is all about!
Special thanks to Valin and Allyson Thorn as well as Jim Hergert both of Sedona. The Thorn’s award winning Legacy along with Jim’s fantastic Lancair IVP have to be the nicest examples of their respective model Lancairs in the world and their hospitality was bar none! WE WILL BE BACK!