Oh hay there! It’s been awhile since we posted a travel video… and we’re going to blame it on him… Sorry kid, we’ll get to
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When I pictured airplane camping in my mind, I always thought of the amazing photos I’d seen of people camping by their planes in Johnson
If a picture is worth a thousand words, at 30 frames per second, this video is worth 60,720,000 words! As promised, here is a walk-thru of
(Click here to skip right to the Flight Report Video) With the amount of stuff that we do at Oshkosh, we’re going to break this
I often get asked how I made all the timelapse videos of my build. It was a pretty straight forward thing to do, and after
After having flown for 10 LONG months, my panel was starting to show it’s age, so… TIME FOR AN UPGRADE!!! Yup. That’s right! I’m swapping
Yup. I know I said that the plane was done before. And it was… mostly… Thursday, June 16, 2016, the weather finally allowed me to
As of the writing of this entry, my last update was posted in February 11th. I’ve been really focusing on getting the plane done, so
Now that the wingtips were fit to the wings, I could begin installing the lights and other misc things that are going in there. First,
Finished installing nutplates in the right wingtip.
Repeat of last night, with the other wingtip
With the wings skins all done, I could start working on the fiberglass wingtips. I got the left wingtip trimmed to fit, then I taped
Sprint to the finish tonight. I hammered out the last wing panel!
I did a LOT of riveting tonight!!! I riveted on the larger outer panel on the left wing (the one that I had already installed