Sharing Your Flying Adventure

Aaron Ludomirski celebrates his first Solo Flight in a Cessna 172 Skyhawk

When I began this website back in 2004, it was to chronicle my thoughts as I moved through the service to my country in Iraq. From there it morphed into a blog containing random thoughts from an early-twenties dreamer. In 2008, I decided to morph it into what it is today when I made the decision to become a pilot and I understood the importance of sharing a struggle with others. Making the decision to dive into Aviation, I knew that it would be what most things in life are when given an opportunity, and that's a "glorious struggle" with all the attributes and emotions attached to both of those words.

Looking back, I wished I had written more but if you browse through the earlier writing on here, I'd like to think I made it clear it wasn't always easy but it was certainly worth it. Having said that, I recently found a great site made by Aaron Ludomirski (Twitter: @FollowMeFly) that while in it's infancy is a great resource following his flight training as he reaches for the sky. You can see and follow the website by clicking here.

With his permission I want to invite any aspiring aviator who has been following this website to check his out. He gives a nice recap on what's been going on and his thoughts on the process. Definitely information gold as we all have similar thoughts as we baptize ourselves in 100LL. Below is a video of his first solo.


"It's wonderful to climb the liquid mountains of the sky. Behind me and before me is God and I have no fears." - Helen Keller
Sharing Your Flying Adventure Sharing Your Flying Adventure Reviewed by Joseph Burlas on February 01, 2017 Rating: 5