altitude I noticed our wings were
banked slightly to the left, and I was
already 5 degrees off course. Before I
could bring the plane back on course, I
noticed we were now 100 feet
high and still climbing.
me. It wasn’t a
me felt like we
were straight and
level, not climbing,
descending, or turning
even though the instruments
indicated we were. Even stranger,
when I leveled our wings per the
attitude indicator, it felt like we were
in a slow turn to the right. If I wasn’t
careful, my tendency was to start a
left bank again to satisfy my
Those silly glasses created a war for
my allegiance. Who to trust now?
Knowing the purpose of this
training, I declared war on my senses
and was determined to win this battle
by learning to tell myself no. The
Those silly glasses created
a war for my allegiance.
Who to trust now?
decision to trust those instruments
instead of my inner ear didn’t magically
stabilize our altitude. There were still
lessons to be learned.
Steve instructed me to make the
attitude indicator my home base. This
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