Not the entire flight to Detroit Metro but the departure from KLAS and the landing at DTW. Flying is so much fun once you make it to your seat! I was in seat 33F going both ways, next time I’m going to get a first-class seat if available. easy on, easy off. A high of just 54 degrees and full sunshine are on for today, and there was a freeze warning for last night. Believe it or not, this isn’t nearly as cold as Michigan was the last few days with a low of 27F at night.
Roll, 45 degrees Port Yaw. That is, of course, a total guess about what is going on here but it was great! This 2-minute video is the full-thrust takeoff from DTW today. Note how the iPhone begins to shake since it is touching the plastic window of the aircraft. It’s so amazing how many humans can be canned inside an aluminum tube that goes 475 miles per hour! 😂
Our dirt roads are like any other dirt roads haha! Dirty is the word, I’ve never understood why people choose to live far down a dirt road. The video of the lovely blue sky and the weather was taken while heading north to Frankenmuth, Michigan riding in a 1968 Cadillac which was so fun. Lots of legroom and a 400+ cubic V8 engine under the hood.
As usual, I captured the takeoff and landing of my flight. The dark departure video is two minutes long, and the landing video is one minute long.
At 500 miles per hour, it’s a 3.5 hour journey home to Michigan. Flying is awesome.
I found this video deep in my archives, it’s of course not my video but it’s so prophetic! And sad. 2 minutes.
Just a quick video taken while on the way home this afternoon under a beautiful blue sky.
Just two short clips from the other day when the valley was getting flooded, including the Strip…
Well, my private lake rose high enough last night to send the water into the garage which forced me to move things so that I could squeegee the water out the main garage door. Crazy! This hasn’t happened in four years here. There’s still a chance of rain today too with just 79 degrees for the high. Nice!