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Terrafugia – Transition®, the Roadable Light Sport Aircraft : Home

November 15, 2009

Terrafugia – Transition®, the Roadable Light Sport Aircraft : Home.

We travel a lot! Maybe we should get one. ..

It really would be fun wouldn’t it?  Load up the car/ plane and hit the road, just before rush hour and pull off at the nearest airport and fly over the two semi accident that spilled garlic all over both lanes of I5. (Really happened through Sac Town this year, no silly the garlic spilling semi, I don’t really have one of these aircraft. YET.) Then land on a little air strip and fold up get back on the road, gas up and drive to your destination. With GPS and Cell phones you can call the airports ahead and check when you can take off and land. Brilliant.  I am not a fan of flying over large bodies of water in a small plane so for people like me you still need your jet plane for long distance travels. Ok, so I don’t have the jet.  But a girl can dream can’t she?  For now, up at 4:00 AM and drive from Eugene, OR to Orange County really fast and we can make it  there by 8:30 PM assuming you make a few stops.  Angela and I figured it takes 14 hours.  Its something like 700 miles.  I know if we were to drive from Eugene to Ensenada Mexico it’s almost like the distance covered for the Baja 1000.  But thats a whole other trip in its self.  Speaking of the 1000 it is this month.  Hmmm I will have to see if we can get all our loans closed and pop down there for the weekend.  My husband would be happy.  My tan is fading and the lack of sun here can really get to you.  See the more I think about it one of these planes would come in real handy.

-Lisa

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