My Amazing Flight Experience!

So Saturday morning started waaaay too early for a weekend, but I didn’t mind getting up at 5am knowing something awesome was coming up! The night before was completely crazy, since there was NO way for me to sleep. It was if I was a little kid going to Disneyland for the first time! I was so excited for the next day, full with anticipation since it would be a very precious plane full of priceless cargo (My boyfriend, soon to be father-in-law, and me).  I was not too scared though because I knew how much training a pilot goes through and I knew they had soooo many checklists before take-off and I trusted Kevin, Wyatt’s Dad’s friend. I have many pictures to Post, I hope you enjoy. The plane is a Cessna N61455. As some will be able to tell, and if not by look, by the numbers on the side 😉


 Wyatt and I walking towards Kevin’s Cessna at Deer Valley Airport.


back-seat flight

 It may seem like the back seat could be boring, but it was still completely amazing!!! We could see everything around us and under us. It was a beautiful view. Rob-boyfriend’s dad- was the co-pilot and was doing a great job! I was proud of him! 🙂



 There’s my boyfriend’s house!!! Second from left and the group of homes more south. We spot it from the yellow playground and Rob’s two trucks! 🙂



There is my honey in the co-pilot seat, next to Kevin. This looked cool because you can see all the controls.

rob-and-iMy future father-in-law and I in the back seat, enjoying the awesome flight!!!-see how happy we look 😉 



YAY, my turn! I got the best Taxi award and the most aggressive pilot, since I wasn’t afraid of getting in there and trying it out. 😀 It was so much fun and an experience of a lifetime<3



Let’s do it again, soon!!!


There is Kevin-the pilot, and his awesome plane!

That about concludes one of the most awesome experiences ever! Next blog I want to share my Halloween, but I am a bit tired… Night. Take care.

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The main advice I have for incoming GSIS students is that you got to brush up on your history and current events. Start reading and writing more, so you can begin to enjoy it. And do NOT procrastinate, it could cost you your grade. This major is a lot of fun, and there is a little something for everyone. Personally, I love psychology the most.

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