Well, we found who has been begging for all the snow…Alex Monroe, avid shredder and also student pilot. Before you tackle him in the office, know that he likes good flying weather too. This carver does not just sparkle on the slopes, he also is pretty awesome in the cockpit. Today, as we continue to enjoy the gorgeous weather between storms, Alex took a break from the slopes and this evening soloed N670CS at KCXP runway 27! Logging that first entry of PIC time was hard earned. Alex has been faithfully coming in on the limited fly days we have had. When he is not flying, or skiing, he is working full time, and probably dreaming about flying and skiing. A lot in common with his CFI Ryan Mill, another guilty snow craver. You guys can stop asking for it now, let’s get springtime going! Regardless of us putting the weather blame on these two, we are super happy for their success! First solo for Alex and first soloed student for Ryan!! Awesome job guys! Keep up the hard work!
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