Flying on the Seair Cessna Caravan Amphibian from Vancouver to Nanaimo

Flying is great. What’s even better, is flying on a boat, powered by a 675 shp turbojet engine, taking off towards the Pacific Ocean! This is the story of when Keishi and I took our first ever seaplane flight, from Richmond to Nanaimo. The seaplane flights were the pinnacle of our trip to Vancouver. Where …

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Light Jackpot in Grenoble – first spotting in 2018

During winter season, Saturdays come to me with a dilemma when it comes to spotting. Which airport, if any, out of Grenoble, Chambery or Geneva has the most potential? Geneva has the most traffic and decent scenery, Grenoble has great spots and can have great light, and finally Chambery has THE approach and magical scenery. …

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2017 in a (larger) nutshell

2017 has been a year of surprises, adrenaline and challenges. It was also a year of many firsts. Most of my flying was either completely unexpected, or due to good opportunities. So just like last year, here’s a recap of this past one. I want to thank everyone that’s been following the blog, I hope …

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