Ok so the summer is getting busy already. For the past few weeks I’ve been in Boulder, Colorado working with Aleks and Colin at Boldmethod. And in-between that time, I visited Grand Forks and the University of North Dakota for orientation. I’m officially an enrolled student and even have my university ID!

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I haven’t had much time to update the site, so I thought I’d give you a little update of what’s going on. On Thursday, I leave Denver International at 1am, arrive in Richmond at 9am, and then have roughly 6 hours before I have to be back at the airport for another flight – this time down to Gulf Shores, Alabama. This is where things get interesting and the surprise comes into play… The next morning, on Friday, Rod Kellogg and the Shrimp Basket Restaurant Chain offered to take me on their King Air trip to Nicaragua, with a fuel stop in Belize. I’ll be down in Central America for about 5 days driving around the country, so don’t expect to hear too much from me while I’m gone.

It should be an awesome trip and experience to help fly an international operation with my good friend Rod. I’ll have plenty of videos and pictures from the trip, so look out for those soon.

I hope to have some more posts out in a week or two,
-Swayne

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Swayne Martin

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9 Responses

  1. Anne

    Quite the summer so far! Happy and safe travels to you and your companions.

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  2. Randy Cabrera

    I’m also officially an enrolled student at Northshore Community College in Massachusetts to pursue my career as a professional pilot too, and about that trip to Nicaragua, it’s just amazing. Perhaps I can go with you guys too. LOl

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  3. Karlene

    Summer will fly by so fast… ENJOY every moment!!! Maybe I could come and speak at your school one day! Who knows… your graduating class? That would be awesome!
    Karlene

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  4. Max Osswald

    Welcome to the family at UND, you’re going to love it without a doubt. I’m going to be a junior in the fall. So if you ever need help, don’t be afraid to ask! Best of luck!

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