Can you believe it’s already April? 2018 has been crazy busy for me. The best news though is that I’m finally making real progress on my instrument rating! There is finally light at the end of the tunnel.
I’ve been dying to write more to you all about this process, but I’ve been exhausted. I may be spreading myself a bit thin. We’ve officially moved up to the Pacific Northwest in February and I spent most of February/March traveling to work. Lots going on there as well. I’m happy I waited (or rather got lucky) to really focus on my instrument up here in the PNW – so much actual time!
10 hours short of the 40 hours of instrument time. 15 hours short of the PIC cross country requirements. I’m getting there! My CFII has gone on vacation and I have about 2 weeks to really focus on getting all the oral knowledge into my head. Then we’re going to go strong and get my long IFR cross country done and build the rest of those hours and prep for the checkride!
There are tons of summary sheets and books I have to study. It’s not what or where to find it, but it’s more the technique I’d love any suggestions on. This weekend will be study time.
I’ll write more breakdowns to come of what I’ve experienced so far. Stay tuned.