AIRPORT CAFES – Brenham and Llano, TX
June 22, 2016 — June 24, 2016
Three new MAGNI GYROPLANES received their FAA airworthiness certificates at LONE STAR MAGNI GYRO, INC in Taylor, TX on Tuesday – June 21. We flew out to the Airport Cafe in BRENHAM, TX and to Cooper’s BBQ in LLANO, TX to celebrate.
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Taylor, TX (T74) to Brenham, TX (11R) to College Station, TX (KCLL) then back to Taylor, TX
Miles flown this day: 140
Total miles flown: 140
Four Gyros took part in the flight to the Airport Cafe in Brenham. Dayton Dabbs and Lynn Wyatt flew Dayton’s new Red Magni M16. Doug Rhodes flew his beautiful new white Magni M22 and Mike Baker, who holds membership number 001 in the Magni Owners Club, flew the new Magni M16 club machine. I flew my dependable silver Magni M16. All total, we flew as a flight of (4) Magni Gyros.
After lunch, we flew about twenty miles north to do a fly-by of the new Football Stadium at Texas A&M University. The folks in the control tower at Easterwood Airport are always helpful and hospitable in guiding us through the College Station airspace.
Thursday, June 23, 2016
Taylor, TX to LLano, Tx and back to Taylor
Miles flown this day: 124
Total miles flown: 264
Day 2 of our Gyro Lunch Express took us to Cooper’s BBQ in Llano, TX. If you want the very best BBQ in Texas, try Coopers in Llano. We were glad to have John Craparo join us in his World Record Setting Magni M16. KathyD hopped in the back of my machine and added to the fun of the flight. In all, five Magni Gyros made the trip. We appreciate the controllers at Georgetown Municipal Airport always making it easy to fly through their airspace. And when we touch down in Llano, “Llano Larry” and the friendly folks at Llano Municipal Airport are always on hand to greet us . They even provide transportation from the airport to Coopers.
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