Edit: Apologies, I just noticed that there is a VA diaries sub forum so I have moved it to there, sorry.
I thought I would start a thread for people to post about their adventures and any tips for those exploring the world with our VA.
I had an amazing flight this evening from the VA home base in KEAT to a tiny little strip, W58 in the district of Battle Ground, Clark County, Washington.
The IFR flight at 12,000 ft took me through broken cloud past Mt Rainer. Such stunning scenery in the area!
I flew max weight of 3000lbs with enough fuel for 20 mins of reserve and I am so glad I had it with me!! Finding an airstrip within an urban area is almost impossible without GPS or a detailed local map. I circled several times before finally finding it and had to go around 3 times because of winds.
Pics to follow!