Note that your track log begins somewhere around 3000’ and ends at 2800’, which may account for the 7 minutes that aren’t recorded there. (I take it the first 6000’ alt. reading was just the assigned [not real time at that point] altitude, as has been discussed in many other forums) Why the track log begins and ends where it does is not clear to me. I’d ask if you cancelled IFR early, but I guess if you did it would end on the flight page as well, correct?
I picked up my IFR in the air and at the end of the flight, cancelled in the air. Both airports are uncontrolled airports.
Since my gear is fixed and welded, no wheels up at 3K
The track on map is consistent with where I first made contact with Memphis Center, 3000 was where I received my clearance. I called into Center at about 2300 feet. Grenada is an uncontrolled airport. The first entry 6000 was the altitude I filed, so I wasn’t surprised to see that as the first entry in the tracklog.
And yes, I cancelled IFR early in the air, as I had the airport in sight and there was no traffic between me and the airport. In fact, I was cleared for the visual approach on my initial descent as I had the airport in sight.
I routinely cancel right around where the track ended on the map.
So, in a nutshell, the track on the map is consistent with when I was in contact with ATC. and the lack of track is where I was VFR.
The time on the tracklog looks consistent with the tailwinds I had as compared to my leg up to GNF.
The time where the map is not consistent with the tracklog when you look at the begin time and end time of the track log.