You think Trifives can be an expensive hobby. Try flying! It's costly in almost every corner. I fly for a living, but I certainly would not be an active pilot if I wasn't doing it for a living. It's just too darn expensive. Heck, just 100LL avgas for your typical Cessna is just under 5 bucks a gallon! Not to mention hangar fees, insurance, parts and maintanence, keeping current, equipment, flight gear (maps, headsets, etc.) and list goes on and on....!
Atleast with cars you can buy a clunker for cheap and tinker with it and still drive it. Planes, not so much!
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