On the final oceanic leg of our Cessna 210 adventure, we encounter IFR conditions, another pee fail, differences of airplane preference, medieval castles, and much much more.
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Part 5 (Scotland to England):

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42 thoughts on “Flying a Cessna to Scotland – Medieval Castles & In-Flight Pee Fail #2

  1. At 7m 8s into this video, what app is that with the ATC Map and is that a Sony A7R mk1, I use a Compact Sony RX100 mk1 as I had to sell my Sony A7 due to back problems and the small Sony RX100 mk1 produces amazing photos thanks to its 1 inch sensor but is that an A7R mk1 and what app was that, Great enjoyable videos you make.

  2. Music at 23:00 with the fire was excellent, but I'm 60 and an unrepentant rocker ;-). Been going thru these in sequence since your flight over Baffin bay to Nuuk. Mostly enjoyable for an old CAP aviation buff, non-pilot. Very cool ground excursions here in Scotland and previously in Iceland.

  3. Fun fact:
    All this (Northern) Scottish ground, we can see here, has originally shifted over from North America in Million years.
    It is one of the oldest territories of the world. Maybe close to 2 Billion years old…
    The rest of the UK & Ireland is from different origin.

  4. I've been to the Scottish Highlands several times, but never to Wick. Beautiful place! Looks like you got quite the experience for the first stop. Wonderful! Thank you for sharing!

  5. haggis is really just Scottish sausage, just like in most places you don't want to know what is in it (puppy dogs and canary birds?)but in the end it tastes pretty good. hey, you sound just as funny to them as they do to you.

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