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Thread: Kenai / Soldotna area tail wheel qualed CFIs ??

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    Default Kenai / Soldotna area tail wheel qualed CFIs ??

    I am supposed to be helping a guy finish up his private up in the Kenai /Soldotna area. He has his own plane. HOWEVER,, the weather and distance has been interfering. I live a little too far away and when the weather is good here, it is not good there...

    I would like to help and hate to turn away any income... but I would like to see him finish up ...

    Anyone have any recommendations???
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    You already try Dean?

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    Roger that...
    He will probably be the examiner on this gig.
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    Darlene Rudisill. Call the Kenai FSS and ask for her husband, Allan.

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    I talked with her today and think we have a deal...
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    Cool. She's very good, and cute, to boot!

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    Pierce Basset is also a good one. He did my initial instruction in a PA12 in 94 and right now he is flying with a buddy that just bought a pacer and had 0 flight time. Good guy, been beating around the bush up here for a very long time and cheap to boot. 35 bucks gets you an hours flight time and an hour or so of brief / debrief on the lesson. The guy just loves to fly and share the knowledge he has learned over the last 100 years of flying up here LOL

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    Hey avid
    I'm done with that thing I borrowed.

    Ill zip down in cessna in next few days.
    Email me what else u need from the big city and ill bring.
    Kevin

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