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@ Saturnalia « Sun 2:56:48 pm »
Always good to have more fuel than needed, not less! haha
@ Jetlink « Sun 2:40:54 pm »
We would have burned more but we didnt have to fly as far west as we flight planned and fueled for.
@ Jetlink « Sun 2:38:04 pm »
We never plan to land with less than 4400 lbs and 6500 is much more comfortable.
@ Jetlink « Sun 10:50:04 am »
Yes. That, and we had to load about 5000 lbs more fuel. We had 14,700 lbs on board. When we plugged the new route in it showed landing with 4,300 lbs remaining. We ended up pushing with 19,600 lbs on board and hit the gate in memphis with 9,100 lbs remaining.
@ Rick A « Sun 10:43:00 am »
has started a new topic: The world's rail way 1894
@ Tim « Sun 9:27:52 am »
has started a new topic: GR&I Big Rapids Depot
@ DaveO « Sun 9:03:24 am »
Been a crazy summer. With a one week exception, the grass has been growing fast enough to be mowed more that once a week. But it hasn’t :mrgreen:
@ DaveO « Sun 9:01:36 am »
Derechos cause more property damage around here than tornadoes ever have. But you get way more warning they’re coming. The homes on the west end of my sub(and beyond) have lost power again. Something like 3 times in 2 weeks. These are extended outages.
@ AARR « Sun 8:59:18 am »
The important thing is when these natural events do happen we all chip in a help our neighbors
@ AARR « Sun 8:58:03 am »
Anyway, there have always been tornados and even after the transition to green energy is complete there will continue to be tornados, hurricanes, storms, heavy rains, etc.
@ AARR « Sun 8:56:58 am »
A satellite view showed the same results over a several mile path
@ AARR « Sun 8:56:36 am »
For example my house looked like it was hit by a bomb but both of my neighbors who are less than 50-75’ away had no damage and barely a few branches in their yards
@ AARR « Sun 8:55:35 am »
The force of straight winds tends to be more severe even though its destructive route is much narrower
@ AARR « Sun 8:54:54 am »
My house survived a direct hit from "straight winds" a few years ago. Look it up but essentially straight winds is a tornado except the wind runs a very narrow path instead of a wide circular path.
@ AARR « Sun 8:53:43 am »
Dave, I’m 58, there have been tornado’s as long as I’ve been alive. I’ve sat through many a severe storm and watched.

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