John Ewing is a CFI/CFII in the bay area and the author of the Aviation Mentor blog (http://aviationmentor.blogspot.com/).
In his own words:
The student’s name is Bruno M.
The goals of this flight were twofold: Help Bruno get a better grasp of the G1000, log a couple of holding patterns, and then an ILS approach, all for currency. I threw Bruno an ad hoc hold at SALAD, then a few steep turns. After that, it was direct TRACY, another hold and then the Livermore ILS 25R. Bruno did a great job, especially since he’s a steam-gauge kinda guy and is not a big fan of the G1000. Next up for Bruno? Starting on his CFI-I, as soon as his day job schedule will allow.