iGary said:I find I really miss the interaction and daily ritual that come with working at an office. Despite my curmudgeon-like appearance here, I really do love working with people.
How hard has it been not being in the cockpit?stubeeef said:I am (was) today. The fact I am cruising the forums pretty much says how slack I am today. I have spent the last 4 hours on expense reports and phone calls. Now to sample tracking! Please, someone save me.
I did figure out the other day I avg about 20hrs a week in my car. I avg 51mph and approx 1000 miles a week. So being at home today is productive time in general. (I had an esphogeal stent resked to later this week so I can work here all day).
I can get lonely in the car some days, and love it when I have someone riding along. My customers fill most of my need to office interact, but for 20hrs a week it is me the radio, and cell phone.
I am so busy that I don't ever really think of it. The title "Pilot" is the only romantic part of the job. My wife and I were talking about it last night as a matter of fact.Chip NoVaMac said:How hard has it been not being in the cockpit?