Voyager Village: Fly in lunch date

Read on for a few details about our lunch date at Voyager Village.

Lucky us! We found ourselves with a free afternoon and grandparents wanting to watch EJ. You know what that means… LUNCH DATE!

120 miles away.


Gas ‘er up!


We decided to check out Voyager Village in WI and scope it out for future ‘lil getaways. It includes golf course, restaurant and lucky for us, an airstrip.


Guess what first this trip is? MY FIRST TIME RIDING IN FRONT! Woohoo!!


Wait, did you check out that rad passenger warning?!
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So I proceeded to take in the full front seat experience and all I can say is WOW. I don’t think I’ve ever been so comfortable in an airplane in. my. life. I was toasty warm with that sweet cabin heater and really was able to take all the views in.
IMG_6062 And what do two geeks do when flying sans kiddo?

Why take the flying selfie of course…



It was a sweet strip, well maintained, neatly nestled in the middle of the golf course and trees.




View from our table…



Food was also very good. Ed had the Southwest Chicken Chipotle Wrap and I had the Bacon Cheeseburger… with a Peppermint Patty 😀


Conclusion: If you are a golfer and a flyer. It would only make sense that you’d visit Voyager Village. If you are a flyer looking for food 120 miles away, Voyager Village is a great little lunch destination.

Happy flying friends!
-Ed and Colleen

4 thoughts on “Voyager Village: Fly in lunch date

  • March 13, 2016 at 4:43 PM

    Ed. can you tell me if your panel layout required any modification to the ribs behind the panel? In the uk it’s not approved to modify these but I was hoping for a setup like yours!

  • March 13, 2016 at 7:34 PM


    With the Aerosport 310 panel and the Garmin G3X Touch screens, there is NO modification needed to the three ribs behind the panel. I did need to notch out the bottom of the subpanel for the GTN650.

  • July 11, 2016 at 3:58 AM

    Thanks for sharing your trip to voyager village, I have been there a few times, once with the Cardinal. We are located at Nisswa, MN, and I built and RV-9A. Brainerd Lakes area is a nice place to visit, put it on your list. Just found you through Doug’s email. Thanks!

  • July 18, 2016 at 11:43 AM

    Thanks Jim! Sounds great! Maybe we’ll see you this week in OSH??

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