“Thanks to Terri Hull for sending us the scoop on her trip to the Cessna 120/140 Convention!

Had a great trip in September to Spearfish, SD (KSPF) for the International Cessna 120/140 Association Convention.  I flew my 140 out there in one day logging 10.5 flight hours and five stops.  The return was a one day trip as well at 9.3 with 4 total stops.

This first photo is “Charlie” a 140A that belongs to Ken and Lorraine Morris of Poplar Grove, IL as we flew by Devil’s Tower.

Devil’s Tower

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My husband Bob and I at Mount Rushmore

This next photo is a fellow NetJets pilot that just happened to be driving by the airport and saw a 140 landing.  He learned to fly in a 140 so he stopped in and found himself in the middle of our convention. It was the first time we had met and I took him up for a ride in my plane.

Fellow NetJet pilot Brian Arndt stopped in at SPF to see what was going on so we went for a ride in my 140

These last two are just a couple of photos taking off and landing at KSPF.

Climbing out of SPF giving a ride

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At least I know how to read a wind sock!

Highly recommend a flying visit to the airport and area  just north of the Black Hills and Rapid City. Fabulous people and hospitality.

Cheers!

Terri Hull

1 Comment

  1. Anne Wright
    November 3, 2010, 10:05 am   /  Reply

    That looks like it was a great trip! Thanks for sharing it with us, Terri.

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