I've just been buying aircraft tools as a present for my buddy. He's really been helping me out with lots of tasks in my home and for that reason, I have decided I would like to buy him a very nice gift. A set of tools may not seem very exciting to your people, but to him, I am sure it'll be welcome. He's always tinkering around using his plane and buying new parts for it. You can get to know more about pilot gifts via an online search.
I think that it is costing him much more money than he would like to admit and I believe the downturn is hitting him hard. I could tell that he was shocked at the cost tag on the aircraft that he bought a while ago. I know that he is finding money a problem because his wife has been made redundant and with prices rising it's tough for everybody else.
He hates not being able to take care of his money and he does do an excellent job of care for his family but I presume he goes with lots of matters to help out them.
Yes, a plane appears to be a big luxury but he bought that with inheritance and thus it was not really something that his family was entitled to talk about anyway and his wife insisted he spoils himself for once. I don't think either of them had any notion about what the running costs would be.
He keeps complaining about the way the various tools he has for his plane repairs are not that good. He has bought some fresh aircraft jacks however they cannot afford to get any fresh tools today. I believe he can be finding it hard justifying the purchase due to his tools work, however, they are simply not as good as new ones would be.