The view: VFR flying between fair weather cumulus cloud formations
The pilot: Jack Morris
The photographer: Glenda Rose using an Olympus TG-4 camera
The airplane: 1964 Piper Cherokee PA28-180
The mission: Return flight from Ocean City, MD (OXB) the Hartford CT (HFD)
The memory: Weather transitions from warm to cold fronts often produce fair weather scattered to broken cumulus clouds. These had a ceiling of about 5000 feet and ragged tops up to 9500 ft. Flying VFR through cloud alleys on a sunny day can be very enjoyable, but should only be done if you are also IFR rated just in case.