Cessna 120/140 Convention 2010

“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 * 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 * 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...

Beverly Clark   (Oregon)

Beverly Clark (Oregon)

Beverly Clark is based at Corvallis Municipal Airport (CVO), Oregon. I fly a 1947 Cessna 140.  I have been flying it for 5 years and love that little airplane.  It actually belongs to my brother, the bush pilot, but I exercise it for him while he is in Alaska....

Terri Hull     (Indiana)

Terri Hull (Indiana)

Terri Hull – 47.  Married to Bob since 1984, two daughters ages 20 and 15. Started flying in 1986, only because I didn’t have the finances and connections to start flying earlier.  I own N77161, a 1946 Cessna 140 based at PLD (Portland, IN).  I’ve owned 161 since November 1991 and enjoyed every minute since then. I became a CFI in 1990 and ran my own flight instruction business for almost 11 years then went to Mesaba Airlines (aka Northwest Airlink) in January, 2001.  Flew the Saab 340 turboprop for 5 1/2 years as First Officer and Captain then went to NetJets Aviation in August 2006 where I fly the Citation Excel and XLS.  Type rated in the SF340, Boeing 737 and CE560XL/XLS but really love taildraggers! I love to fly and have had the privilege of flying many types of airplanes over the years but my 140 gives me the most pleasure because it’s all mine!...

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