This was our first airplane, N3850Q. Margaret took her first lesson at the end of school year (she was a teacher) 45 days later she took her private pilot test and we flew to philadelphia, Boston, and Boothbay Harbor for a two week vacation.
Margaret & Lou Albert -  N3850Q
This is my second plane, N12545   (1975 circa.) Margaret is a Private pilot Multi Engine Land, with Instrument Rating. I am a Private pilot,  but I am the Mouth-in-Command!  Both planes were Cessna 172 (This is  new! Mine was new in 1974.)
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Margaret Albert

I was taught to fly by Jim Grohe.  About 1973
 Margaret and I took a ride  in Jim's Seneca II

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