April 4, 2010
Hi! Always up for flyin' fun. ;^)) capt. mike on many baja and aviation boards nationwide. www.comanchebuilders.com My name is Mike Goering and i am a 30 year veteran of the AZ construction and development industry, a licensed general contractor
KDVT and GLL (El Gallito - the little rooster - in Baja California Sur, a dirt strip next to the ocean operated by the Serenidad Hotel where we have been going for 30 years. www.hotelserenidad.com , www.comanchebuilders.com click on flybaja page, www.flyingsamaritans.com , www.bajanomad.com
SEL w/ instrument privileges since 1978, 3300 hours + logged, 2800 in hi perf retractables. I got my IFR ticket in 1985 in a Mooney i owned then. Now I own a Piper Comanche 250 since 1995. I am at KDVT hangar 37-10
casa grande because that usually means we are gassing up cheap and headed due south west for Baja Sur in Mexico!
"call me for any contracting needs - i take special care of pilots and aviation enthusiasts!"
the more the merrier i always say. i enjoy the networking opportunities for recreation and business too. i am a builder/developer and assisted with the Phoenix Regional Airport A39 from 2003-2005. my partner develops airparks and we have one planned for cochise Co. once this crummy market corrects... ;^))
Thank you for the information, but mostly for even considering it. I tried commercial but too expensive. Single mom syndrome and in the real estate profession. slow times now. I will plan to watch the game on TV. I really do appreciate the thought. Kindly~ Laura Fox
Yes (Cessna 172SP) .... leaving early Sunday morning from Sedona.
Hey Capt. Mike,
I emailed the flying sams, meant to join a couple of years ago and just kept "meaning to" . I just emailed Gail and let her know I am interested and sent my CV and will get my medical license in the mail this week. Hopefully I can do both Pilot and Dr. Thanks for the reminder, just what I needed to get my butt in gear. How many missions a year do you do? James
Mike, I understand the open house at AZ82 had something to do with the EAA. I didn't stay long as I wanted to get back on the road before the coming winds showed up, so only got a couple of photos. When I came in on runway 3 I could have landed on the threshold, but held it off for parking on the south end. Sweet!.... :-)
Thanks man... I'll try it and if it's great grab a couple more. What do you fly? Pa32 by chance?
Thanks for the heads up on that volunteer group, I'll definitely check it out!
I used to go to a boardingschool south west of Munich called "Schloss Neubeuern" I know Munich very well, beautiful city
Right now I'm still in DVT flying arround and getting my knowledge test in IFR
Than I'm going to start my IFR & MEL in Kingman, I plan in flying out their every morning and returning in the evenings, but I will start with that not before the 30th of April
My mother from Frankfurt is going to visit me from 14th-29th of April
Maybe we can meet sometime for lunch =)
Hi Capt. Mike. We were considering doing some solar installations in our home and I've had a general interest ever since doing a college solar project. Not much time for the solar meetups while I've been learning to fly though. Sounds like you are in a great field - the right thing at the right time.
I have flow in right seat twice in the 35s and I didn't feel much wiggle but like you said.. the feel from the rear seats might me quite different. Fast they definitely are for their specs. but looks just great on the ramp.. wont you agree :))