the ground school portion is quite boring, but its realy interesting. If your like me who loves learining about mechanical reasonings and theories.
Ever been on a roller coaser? well, flying is typicly like a roller coaster but your in control of where it goes.
Just a few hours ago I was practicing spins.
... ok, it may not sound like 'MUCH' to a normal person but in aviation languange A spin is when you plane stalls and yaws to the left, nose of the plane points to the ground and spins its self thus creating a zero gravity sensation... (much like when a roller coaster does a steep drop).
Thats not the end of it recovering from a spin is a rush to the head.... literaly. When you stop spinning towards the ground you have to pull up othewise you'll just create a crater and kill your self... (lol duh)
so as soon as you pull up, you experiance about 2-3 g's depending on your KIAS which takes all the blood in your head away giving an odd sensation that I cant realy explain.
Theres also the view when flying... i meen, c'mon? if you enjoy looking at the sky, your gonna love looking at the ground from 4,000ft up.
Theres also the challange in landing and take offs, you also learn skills that most people dont have... aside from flying, theres meteorlogy, radio comunication, leadership skills etc..
flying is not for the faint of heart... I had a few times whre i wondered what I was doing and why i was here. I had no idea what I gotten my self into but im ditermained to finish it.
Last edited by apitite.for.distruction; 11-14-2006 at 12:07 AM.