Re: First Flight of the year - finally!
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Whoa, that's scary. I'm glad you figured it out before you passed out.
Don't forget about a CO detector for your planes as well. It's the same problem with the same tragic result.
On Fri, Jan 14, 2022, 07:41 Bruce Crain <jcrain2@...> wrote:
I flew yesterday in our TriQ 200 for all of .2 hrs! Limiting factor was lack of fuel do to a flight in December. Would like to fly it again today but we are getting a new heater/air conditioner in our house. Mainly because a couple of days ago I woke up and went to the head. After peeing I passed out and Honey Lamb came to see what happened. She woke me and I was dizzy. She then started to feel dizzy and I told her to open the door and shut off the heater! I still didn’t feel like moving until the fresh air made it my way. She started feeling better and we opened 4 other doors. We called the heat and air condition man and tested our unit. 2 of the top chambers were cracked and letting carbon monoxide into our house! I remember thinking before I passed our that I might be dying! After the event I thought dying isn’t so bad! You just go blank. I also thought about what Heaven is going to be like and had a bit of regret still being here.I told my son’s that I would be in paradise but they would be here sorting through all of our “stuff”. He laughed at knowing it would be a daunting process! OMGosh!“And that’s all I know ‘bout that”!Bruce and Honey Lamb (still residing in Enid)On Jan 14, 2022, at 6:39 AM, Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:Wish I would have thought of that!!!!On Jan 14, 2022, at 5:56 AM, Jon Finley <jd@...> wrote:Great to hear Paul!
You may have invented the first excercise/weight loss program for pilots! Shoveling snow and flying! I can imagine the Richard Simmons/Paul Fisher duo video!!
Somewhere in the Southwest flying an RV-4