My mind is in a bit of a fog. It happens every year in the fall. The busy flying season is just about over, and our Alaskan bodies seek hibernation.
And truthfully, I do think a lot about rest and how it applies to us pilots. We all know fatigue is a real thing and we perform less than optimal if we’re worn out.
Our careers and journeys also come in stages, or better yet, seasons. There is a season for every stage. A time to push, a time to rest, a time to simply “let it be” and enjoy the season.
So while the lake gets sleepy, and the float planes are soon tucked away, what is YOUR next season?
Chief Flight Instructor and President of Angle of Attack. Founded in 2006.
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