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    Flying to Texas

    ok, so this week didn't turn out like i had hoped. i was supposed to go to texas but no dice. so now in two weeks is my next window and i'm feeling adventurous. anyone want to plan my trip to KAUS?
    it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.

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    Re: Flying to Texas

    Can you do it in one stop, via BNA (or Tune, or Murfreesboro, or Bowling Green)? I know it's no trouble in the B36TC, with 104 gals. usable, but with 74 in the A36, it might be right on the end of the range.

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    Re: Flying to Texas

    Haha, funny you mention this because I'd actually love to go to KAUS in the next few weeks for reasons I won't mention here....

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    Re: Flying to Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by USAF Pilot 07
    Haha, funny you mention this because I'd actually love to go to KAUS in the next few weeks for reasons I won't mention here....
    At least tell us her name

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    Re: Flying to Texas

    i was thinking of nonreving guys.
    it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.

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    Re: Flying to Texas

    You're nonreving guys to AUS?
    Email me anytime at [email protected].

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    Re: Flying to Texas

    Yes Phil, he has a special cave among the cactuses where he stores them for later use.
    Southwest Airlines-"Once it pop's it's time to stop" Southwest Airlines-"Our Shamu's are almost real" Southwest Airlines -"We blow our top real easy" Southwest Airlines- "You can't top us..... really"

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    Re: Flying to Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by hiss srq
    Yes Phil, he has a special cave among the cactuses where he stores them for later use.
    oh boy.... :roll:


    Quote Originally Posted by mateo
    Can you do it in one stop, via BNA (or Tune, or Murfreesboro, or Bowling Green)? I know it's no trouble in the B36TC, with 104 gals. usable, but with 74 in the A36, it might be right on the end of the range.
    i just punched the numbers into flightstar. it's telling that total fuel burn is going to be around 97.5 gallons. the route it gave me is in a no winds situation, i didn't even download the wx yet. i think i might be able to pull it off with just two stops.

    it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.

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