Hey everyone. My wife and I recently moved and my logbook is nowhere to be found. I kept it in a safety deposit box at our bank, along with a few other of our items, we however cannot find what we took out of it. We moved to a different county and these items are nowhere to be found after a few weeks (shame on us). So here's where I'm at. Got my private in Ohio part 61 when I was 18. Flew here and there before going to FlightSafety in Vero Beach. I finished up at FSA with my Commercial MEL/SEL and Instrument Rating. My last flight, which also happened to be the final stage of the program, was my SEL Commercial Add-On. That was my last flight and that was 17 years ago. I moved back to Ohio because of some family obligations. I have my 8710 I submitted for that flight, I also have a receipt list of all my flight tags from FSA. I got in touch with one of my previous instructors at FSA and he took pictures of all our flights together so I have that as well. I will be missing approximately 30 hours from the time I got my Private (flying family and friends) to enrolling at FSA. My question in recreating my logbook - Do I just write in my time from my 8710 Add-On, or do I go line by line everything I have from my flight tag receipts and instructor pictures? I will not have all my destinations for my solo x-countries or all the approaches I shot. My flight tag receipts tell me which flights were solo and dual along with the hobbs time and tail number, but no destinations. We are in a good position financially so I am getting back in the saddle and going for my CFI and eventually a regional/corporate gig. How should I handle my logbook situation to be as clear as possible for future interviews? If some of you in the industry could give me some guidance I would appreciate it. Thanks in advance. FWIW I created a spreadsheet for the future so this doesn't happen again.