I just got my PPL and am planning to take a short $300 hamburger trip tomorrow to a nearby uncontrolled field. Here's its taxiway diagram:
I called the airport this morning to ask where transient parking is located, and they told me it's along the east side of that taxiway loop north of the runway. The diner is located on the western side of the loop, near the gas pumps.
Seemingly the only way of getting there is walking along the taxiway (or cutting through the grass).
All my training was done out of a busy class D, so my experience has always involved walking onto the ramp from my flight school, and then getting taxi clearance before entering the movement area. I've never gotten out of my plane at an uncontrolled airport before, except to get fuel. Walking along a taxiway doesn't seem right, but I'm not sure what else one would do here. Is that just what one does at uncontrolled fields? (It's funny how much training you receive to get a PPL, and how little of it focuses on day-to-day operations at unfamiliar airports and FBO facilities.)