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COPA Snowbirds meet up in Florida
COPA Flight 23 – North Bay member Carol Cooke and her husband Ron organized a fly-in at Arcadia airport (X06) in Florida on February 14 and invited their American and Canadian pilot friends who were wintering in the area.
Having spent several winters in nearby Punta Gorda, the Cookes observed a series of improvements to the camping area at Arcadia airport, remarking that it would be an ideal place for a fly-in. It boasts a covered picnic area, a gas grill and smaller charcoal barbecues, running water, a firepit and places to pitch a tent. The area is located behind an FBO, where tie-downs, washrooms and showers are available.
The FBO had a van available for those who preferred to drive into town for dinner.
Not all their flying friends had their planes with them and in the end only eight aircraft showed up, but many others drove in. COPA members from Alliston, Kincardine, Lindsay, Muskoka, North Bay, Picton, Parry Sound, Smith Falls and Waterloo, all in Ontario, were among the 40 people who showed up.
According to Carol Cooke, it might become an annual event.
Fly-Out to Killarney airport on Sept.29- 2018
Submitted by Carol Cooke
The weather forecast all week - one day calling for showers - the next day calling for sunshine, so we didn’t know what to expect Sat morning. Forecast was for clear, but drive up to airport was in mist and light rain. However, by 10 it started to clear, and at 10 30- 3 aircraft from the Flight headed off to Killarney, where they met up with 1 from Sault Ste Marie, and 4 from Southern Ontario, so it ended up being more of an Interprovincial Air Tour get together than a Flight 23 outing. It definitely wasn’t sitting on the dock weather, and many of the group were glad to take the drive into town offered by Ross from Herberts, others took the 2 km walk. Unusual to not have a big line up at the order desk (although a bus load of seniors were just leaving when we arrived, and some hikers arrived just as we were leaving, so the season isn’t over yet at Killarney). The fish was delicious as usual, and we can hardly wait to go back next season.
Part of the flight line VENTURE MODEL 20, "The Egg", awful fast..no kidding!
Terry and Edward from Sault Ste-Marie Piper Malibu
Can you spot Grant's Cessna 150 ? On short final aboard Capt.Ron's Skylane.
Getting ready to head back to the airfield. Friendship among people .
Flight 23 BBQ & Flying Proficiency awards held at Fred Culin seaplane base hangar.
Stan French Cessna-172 on floats Mark Wilkins Cessna-182 on wheels
Stan Nichols Memorial BBQ 2016
STAN NICHOLS MEMORIAL BARBECUE
We have had our Flight 23 June BBQ's for years, but last year - in memory of Stan, the Flight Executive decided to hold Proficiency Landings as part of our annual BBQ. We knew that Stan would get a kick out of this challenge to improve piloting skills, as well as have fun. Continuing last years format - both wheel and float landings will be judged. Stan French and Ron Cooke won last years (Stan the wheel landing; and Ron the float landing). They will NOT be eligible to fly in the same competition as last year (but Stan can fly floats, and Ron can fly wheels)
As you can tell by the movie above, we all had a great time at the Memorial Barbecue. 40 some people came out for this special occasion including guests from Huntsville, Mattawa, Guelph and South River. Thanks to all that helped make this a fine memorial for Stan Nichols. It was a special day with Jean Nichols in attendance amongst friends and neighbors.