I didnt get back to Dallas until 2 in the morning. The headwinds from Orlando back to Dallas were ferocious. All in all, it took 14.5 hours of flight time to fly Bentley to safety. But meeting all the volunteers and saving Bentley for a new and better life was the best reward I could hope for for my first transport. He was a great passenger. He rode quietly in my back seat in just his harness, on a blanket i had stretched out for him. He slept a good portion fo the flight, but even when it was bumpy over Pensacola/Tallahassee and he was awake and worried, he was a perfect gentleman. He made friends of everyone at the fbo while waiting fo Annette to pick him up. Thanks for letting me be a part of this. Everyone in my family wishes a great new life for Bentley. Annette took some pictures as well as me, so maybe we can get them posted soon.
1988 Mooney M20J 201, N5262F
Terrell (TX) Municipal Airport (KTRL). Range ~ 1000 nautical miles VFR/IFR
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