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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 11:11 AM


Quote: Originally posted by David K  
Connection made... happy to help two Baja amigos I know personally.

Thanks for the help.
Udo is cool.
His price is fair. I hope I can do this.




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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 11:59 AM


Good luck in putting this deal together. It looks like it has the elements of Fishbucks dreams in one tidy package. Primo location with fly in airport, great fishing, acceptable year round climate, nice casa worthy of the title Casa de Fishbuck, and great pr program in place for the area ably promoted by Shari. What could go wrong? All it takes now is pesos in Udo’s pocket.





[Edited on 11-7-2018 by LancairDriver]
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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 12:25 PM


a couple weeks ago you were rethinking san quintin being so far from medical care....now you're looking in asuncion?
there's a reason Udo's not there!:light:
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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 12:52 PM


Airplane. 5 hrs to San Diego.
And yes I got a bit freaked out when I was hospitalized for 3 days a coupke weeks back.
I noticed several more people hauled out in ambulance.
And then a lot of pest control activity.
The city got involved... so... I'm guessing animal related.
I had already complained to the owners here.
But I hadn't needed a doctor since motocross and I retired from racing over 10 years now.

[Edited on 11-7-2018 by fishbuck]




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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 01:43 PM


Best of luck in this new adventure!



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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 03:34 PM
ASide from all the other "stuff" how is your flight medical?


Quote: Originally posted by fishbuck  
Airplane. 5 hrs to San Diego.
And yes I got a bit freaked out when I was hospitalized for 3 days a coupke weeks back.
I noticed several more people hauled out in ambulance.
And then a lot of pest control activity.
The city got involved... so... I'm guessing animal related.
I had already complained to the owners here.
But I hadn't needed a doctor since motocross and I retired from racing over 10 years now.

[Edited on 11-7-2018 by fishbuck]


I agree that following your stories is like following the bouncing ball in the arcade.
And, since you extol the virtues of your flying prowess, whilst also mentioning 3 days in the hospital....Kind of a scary prospect, my man.
30 years ago I had colon cancer, which was deftly and rudely removed with a sharp scalpel, and for three years the FAA would not give me back my medical.
I finally had an attorney friend write and say, "How does colon cancer affect his ability to fly?" After which they finally restored my med cert.
And, don't tell us that since you are just flying in Mexico it is all o.k.
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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 04:27 PM


In 5 hours you could be dead

Quote: Originally posted by fishbuck  
Airplane. 5 hrs to San Diego.
And yes I got a bit freaked out when I was hospitalized for 3 days a coupke weeks back.
I noticed several more people hauled out in ambulance.
And then a lot of pest control activity.
The city got involved... so... I'm guessing animal related.
I had already complained to the owners here.
But I hadn't needed a doctor since motocross and I retired from racing over 10 years now.

[Edited on 11-7-2018 by fishbuck]
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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 04:50 PM


Recommend you check your pilot flying you in a private aircraft

The FAA medical must be renewed every two years for a private license, and every six months for a commercial license, and it must be current to legally fly in the US. Unlike other rules that can be loose in Mexico, it is also strictly enforced in Mexico. You won’t fly in without a current US Medical certificate.

The FAA issues three classes of medical certificates:

A first class medical is required for pilots who exercise airline transport pilot (ATP) privileges; that is, those flying scheduled airliners and other pilots whose employers require this level of certification. A first class medical is valid for ATP privileges for twelve months for pilots under age 40. Pilots who are age 40 and older must renew First class medical certificates every six months.

A Second class is required for pilots who fly commercially—in operations such as crop dusting, delivering canceled checks, or carrying passengers or cargo for hire. The Second class medical is valid for commercial privileges for 12 months.

A Third class medical certificate is appropriate for student pilots, recreational pilots, and private pilots who fly for pleasure or personal business (but not for hire). A third class medical is valid for 60 months for pilots under age 40, and 24 months for applicants who are age 40 or older.

Updated March 2017

[Edited on 11-7-2018 by LancairDriver]
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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 05:19 PM


Quote: Originally posted by bajaguy  
In 5 hours you could be dead

Quote: Originally posted by fishbuck  
Airplane. 5 hrs to San Diego.
And yes I got a bit freaked out when I was hospitalized for 3 days a coupke weeks back.
I noticed several more people hauled out in ambulance.
And then a lot of pest control activity.
The city got involved... so... I'm guessing animal related.
I had already complained to the owners here.
But I hadn't needed a doctor since motocross and I retired from racing over 10 years now.

[Edited on 11-7-2018 by fishbuck]


Just do it.
Dont worry about distance from hospital
Que sera sera
Join the hemlock club, keep supplies on hand if its your time

P.s. always choose the plane with 2 engines and 2 pilots :light:
1 engine, 1 pilot, what could happen?
Regardless of fact that fishbreath has only 100 hours of flight time :o




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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 05:32 PM


Beware of pilots with "get-home-itis"... If WX is questionable (IFR or headwinds) please just wait another day. I know two pilots who died returning from Baja, short of their destination. Many Nomads knew them too, Doug Bowles (from Alfonsina's to Long Beach area) and Carlos Fiesta [Chuck Chambers] (from San Juanico to Long Beach area, also).



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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 11:00 PM


Pilots are schedule driven. And we have faith in ourselves. We push our limits.
That's how we get better. Usually but not always.
I think those guys ran out of gas. Baja can do that to you.
I fly by the book now. I know my limits and those of my aircraft. I don't push my luck. I don't use luck.
I calculate and have a happy ending to all my flights. I start my flight planning with a good landing at the end.


[Edited on 11-8-2018 by fishbuck]




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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 11:02 PM


Quote: Originally posted by LancairDriver  
Recommend you check your pilot flying you in a private aircraft

The FAA medical must be renewed every two years for a private license, and every six months for a commercial license, and it must be current to legally fly in the US. Unlike other rules that can be loose in Mexico, it is also strictly enforced in Mexico. You won’t fly in without a current US Medical certificate.

The FAA issues three classes of medical certificates:

A first class medical is required for pilots who exercise airline transport pilot (ATP) privileges; that is, those flying scheduled airliners and other pilots whose employers require this level of certification. A first class medical is valid for ATP privileges for twelve months for pilots under age 40. Pilots who are age 40 and older must renew First class medical certificates every six months.

A Second class is required for pilots who fly commercially—in operations such as crop dusting, delivering canceled checks, or carrying passengers or cargo for hire. The Second class medical is valid for commercial privileges for 12 months.

A Third class medical certificate is appropriate for student pilots, recreational pilots, and private pilots who fly for pleasure or personal business (but not for hire). A third class medical is valid for 60 months for pilots under age 40, and 24 months for applicants who are age 40 or older.

Updated March 2017

[Edited on 11-7-2018 by LancairDriver]


I think it got changed recently with third class. The AOPA did it.




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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 11:13 PM


It's called BasicMed
Applies to 3rd class medical certificate.

"At a Glance Medical reform highlights

Aircraft specifications: Up to six seats, up to 6,000 pounds (no limitations on horsepower, number of engines, or gear type)

Flight rules: Day or night, VFR or IFR

Passengers: Up to five passengers

Aeromedical factors: Pilots must take a free online course every two years and visit their personal physician every four years

Altitude restriction: Up to 18,000 feet msl

Airspeed limitation: 250 knots indicated airspeed

Pilot limitation: Cannot operate for compensation or hire"





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[*] posted on 11-7-2018 at 11:56 PM


Unfortunately, Basic Med is not accepted or recognized by Mexico.


Quote: Originally posted by fishbuck  
It's called BasicMed
Applies to 3rd class medical certificate.

"At a Glance Medical reform highlights

Aircraft specifications: Up to six seats, up to 6,000 pounds (no limitations on horsepower, number of engines, or gear type)

Flight rules: Day or night, VFR or IFR

Passengers: Up to five passengers


Aeromedical factors: Pilots must take a free online course every two years and visit their personal physician every four years

Altitude restriction: Up to 18,000 feet msl

Airspeed limitation: 250 knots indicated airspeed

Pilot limitation: Cannot operate for compensation or hire"

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[*] posted on 11-8-2018 at 09:52 AM


:light:



:light::bounce:





Quote: Originally posted by LancairDriver  
Good luck in putting this deal together. It looks like it has the elements of Fishbucks dreams in one tidy package. Primo location with fly in airport, great fishing, acceptable year round climate, nice casa worthy of the title Casa de Fishbuck, and great pr program in place for the area ably promoted by Shari. What could go wrong? All it takes now is pesos in Udo’s pocket.





[Edited on 11-7-2018 by LancairDriver]



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[*] posted on 11-8-2018 at 09:57 AM


Quote: Originally posted by LancairDriver  
Unfortunately, Basic Med is not accepted or recognized by Mexico.


Quote: Originally posted by fishbuck  
It's called BasicMed
Applies to 3rd class medical certificate.

"At a Glance Medical reform highlights

Aircraft specifications: Up to six seats, up to 6,000 pounds (no limitations on horsepower, number of engines, or gear type)

Flight rules: Day or night, VFR or IFR

Passengers: Up to five passengers


Aeromedical factors: Pilots must take a free online course every two years and visit their personal physician every four years

Altitude restriction: Up to 18,000 feet msl

Airspeed limitation: 250 knots indicated airspeed

Pilot limitation: Cannot operate for compensation or hire"



Finally some useful information out of you... you could have just said that first the Mav.
You seem a bit inefficient to be a pilot...




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[*] posted on 11-8-2018 at 09:59 AM


Thank you Udo.
I'm crunching numbers. Smoke coming out of my ears etc..:coolup:




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[*] posted on 11-8-2018 at 11:10 AM


Quote: Originally posted by fishbuck  
Thank you Udo.
I'm crunching numbers. Smoke coming out of my ears etc..:coolup:


At least it's not from the plane's engine cowling.

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[*] posted on 11-8-2018 at 11:20 AM


Quote: Originally posted by John Harper  
Quote: Originally posted by fishbuck  
Thank you Udo.
I'm crunching numbers. Smoke coming out of my ears etc..:coolup:


At least it's not from the plane's engine cowling.

John



Or from the passengers in the back seats!

Udo, sorry for adding to the hijack, this thread really should be just about your casa!




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[*] posted on 11-8-2018 at 11:29 AM


I am retired from the IAM. I am a Machinist.
I retired as a Senior Airworthiness Inspector.
Airplane engines love me. Airplanes love me. I can Vulcan mind meld with them.
I Zen out on planes.
I become one with the plane. The good way not the bad way.
On the ground or in the air.
I am always thinking about aviation.
I still "work" for Boeing... making money in the stock market...


And stop making this about me.
This is about Udo's house.
Now somebody out bid me and buy it.




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