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    A&P?
    Iím condescending, that means I talk down to people.


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    Airframe/powerplant... you need that license to be a mechanic.

    Or at least you used to...

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    Ok thanks, agreed, a more technical qualification would have been an asset.

    As I often tell my nephews, the older you get the narrower your options, not that they listen of course. I didn’t at the same age (or indeed any age!)
    Iím condescending, that means I talk down to people.


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    Still the same, Butch. I wished I had got mine as well. My son has his private pilot license . Cool to have a pilot in the family. We flew an hour, landed on a grass strip, and walked across the road to a diner. Nice meal and flew back as it was getting dark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterBlaster View Post
    And all these years I wish I'd gotten my A & P license instead of climbing trees!!! Go figure...
    Lol. Great minds think alike. You still look cool with a guitar, i wouldn't be able to pull it off. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobleskill View Post
    Still the same, Butch. I wished I had got mine as well. My son has his private pilot license . Cool to have a pilot in the family. We flew an hour, landed on a grass strip, and walked across the road to a diner. Nice meal and flew back as it was getting dark.
    Ahh! The infamous $100 hamburger. OR maybe it's $200 these days.
    "The future's uncertain and the end is always near."

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    Quote Originally Posted by squisher View Post
    Zero complaints on durability as I had basically used all the destructive skills learned over a decade of logging to try and send mine to an early grave and still it just kept on going.
    Mastery is an illusion, grace a momentary gift, apprenticeship endless.