svanarts wrote:I noticed several of the strips are listed as BLM strips. I thought it was already permissible to land on BLM owned land?
svanarts wrote:Have you sent any of these to Chris to have them added to Shortfield.com? Maybe some of them are already there.
8GCBC wrote:clippwagon wrote:
Thanks! Yeah I would eventually like to try and compile a book "Airplane Camping in Oregon" essentially Oregon's own "Fly Idaho", I think that would be a pretty cool resource for Oregon pilots to have, and hopefully include a lot of these strips listed here. Any one agree?
I think that's an awesome idea. However, so many of these look like they are in need of attention and/or re-opening before they could be used and identified in a book like that???! That amounts to a lot of liaison work and time up front making contacts and cutting red tape. Or we could just start using them again like we never stopped!
Either way, I like the possibilities.
He could note in the book that "some assembly is require" on the rough airfields. Work parties to the rescue!