During flight number 24, T set me the task of flying around Lake Winnebago clockwise. While on the east side of the lake, I was to find Chilton, then New Holstein, and then the New Holstein Airport. All of this went quite smoothly: Communications with air traffic control, cruising at 3400′, finding landmarks (navigating by pilotage), finding my way back to Oshkosh. The turbulence was moderately high near the lake; it takes some getting used to. The landing process went tolerably well considering the variable and gusty winds, but after the solo flight I did not call T right away because my phone battery was nearly dead. Well of course I forgot to call him when I got home and he got nervous and had to call me. I was rightfully scolded.
The next flight (weather permitting and Lord willing) should be a dual cross-country.