That's how I got here.
Then, I discovered the links.
Spitfire, as an interest, led me to an exotic blogger, who seems to mix Spitfires, nurses and medicine, and Czechoslovakia into an interest collection, and so, I thought I'd better write something down, real quick, even if it's not what it would be if I ever had time to really write.
And that was before I discovered several blogs that appear to be written by ESRD patients (End Stage Renal Disease.)
Well, returning to aviation, I will state for the record, that I, 69 year old physician, drive a 571 HP Porsche with 5 times the horsepower of the airplane I soloed in, umpty years ago, a Cessna 150! That's just the start of this braggadocio, as this old guy, with about 45-50 hours flight time, flew in a Spitfire.
Really, by the hair on my chinny chin chin, I flew in a Spitfire! Anyone got a clue how a pilot with 50 hours could take off in and land in a Spitfire? The drinks are on me if you solve this one.