Trip Overview

Lunch at Josephine Street Cafe – San Antonio

December 14, 2016 — December 30, 2016

  • Number of Days: 1
  • Total Miles: 90

Winter flying in an open gyroplane can be challenging.  But, the fun far outweighed the cold on this trip.  We flew just under the 2500 ft ceiling and navigated the 1 mile corridor that separates San Antonio Intl and Randolph AFB airspace to Stinson airport. CFS and Chopt steak at Josephine’s was like dinner at grandma’s. And, flying with Dayton is like having an insurance policy in the back seat. If you’re unsure of what to do – he’s right there with the answer. What a Day! This is what gyro flying is all about.  Thanks for following.  ENJOY THE JOURNEY!

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Getting Ready


GateOne FBO had our car waiting when we landed at Stinson at 1:00 PM.



This is a familiar flight plan – Taylor to Stinson – about 90 miles.

Day 1

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Taylor TX to San Antonio and return to Taylor same day

Miles flown this day: 90

Total miles flown: 90


Like the old Texas Roadhouse Cafes of the past, Josephine’s re-captures that feeling with good drinks, steaks, cobbler and coffee.


They already have the Christmas lights wrapped around the tree that’s growing inside the Cafe.




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