Pix of our Cirrus Trip

My partner Brian and I picked up our SR20, N262BM on April 24th and preceded to take the “scenic route” back to our home base at Boeing Field in Seattle. We took along a digital camera and uploaded photos to our website each night. You’re invited to take a peek.

Had terrific weather and love the airplane. Nothing beats flying from Duluth to Oshkosh with a tailwind and Jimmy Buffett in the CD player. Also had the high CHT’s and warped glareshield that I read about on some earlier posts.

The link to our website is at: www.geocities.com/seattlecirrus/Home.html

Great website and photos!

Jeff

Michael and Brian,

Your web travelogue is superb and much-appreciated by all of us patient position holders! Thanks so much for making this available.

I was particularly glad to see that little Rebecca gave the SR20 an enthusiastic (if unconscious) thumbs-up!

Cheers,

Roger

Michael/Brian,

Very nice site, great pics, and nice writeup. Thanks!

  • Mike.

"Michael and Brian’s excellent adventure."Â

And an excellent story. I felt I was there. I’m jealous. We’re all jealous.

Good job. thanx! Bill

My partner Brian and I picked up our SR20, N262BM on April 24th and preceded to take the “scenic route” back to our home base at Boeing Field in Seattle. We took along a digital camera and uploaded photos to our website each night. You’re invited to take a peek.

Had terrific weather and love the airplane. Nothing beats flying from Duluth to Oshkosh with a tailwind and Jimmy Buffett in the CD player. Also had the high CHT’s and warped glareshield that I read about on some earlier posts.

The link to our website is at: www.geocities.com/seattlecirrus/Home.html

Thanks for sharing your trip with us. Your “Short Final at Gatlinburg” shot was nice. I am from Nashville and have yet to fly there, but I think that now I may have to soon.

I am glad to see that you were able to figure out a way to lock in a child seat in the back. I am going to attempt to find a way to secure one for my 11 month old soon (yet to try). The four point harness belt must make it a little tricky.

Mike & Brian:

Congratulations and just to let you know that I reviewed your webiste and pages, along with all the photos entered on same. Great Website!!

It’s interesting to note, that prior to visiting your website and reviewing the articles written, and viewing the photos - I had just completed register our Personalized “N” number on the FAA website requesting N262BG for my partner and my SR22 which is scheduled for July 31, 2001. The “262” number is the telphone area code here in Kenosha, Wisconsin, while the “BG” is for my partner Bill, and myself Gerry…

Just thought that the “N” numbers were very interesting seeing that they are so close in similarity.

Keep up the good work I made your website URL’s as one of my favorites and will check it out from time-to-time to see what else has been posted.

Best regards,

Gerry Mengo, SR20 (N262GM)
& SR22-067 (N262BG) - 7/31/01

My partner Brian and I picked up our SR20, N262BM on April 24th and preceded to take the “scenic route” back to our home base at Boeing Field in Seattle. We took along a digital camera and uploaded photos to our website each night. You’re invited to take a peek.

Had terrific weather and love the airplane. Nothing beats flying from Duluth to Oshkosh with a tailwind and Jimmy Buffett in the CD player. Also had the high CHT’s and warped glareshield that I read about on some earlier posts.

The link to our website is at: www.geocities.com/seattlecirrus/Home.html

Michael/Brian,

Very nice site, great pics, and nice writeup. Thanks!

  • Mike.

I can not get to the pics on aol anyone know how to do it thanks from Don

Michael/Brian,

Very nice site, great pics, and nice writeup. Thanks!

  • Mike.

I can not get to the pics on aol anyone know how to do it thanks from Don

I’m aol-workd fine here-keep trying OR copy the URL to Netscape and go from there.

Bill