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.

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Gas ‘er up!

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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.

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

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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.
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Why take the flying selfie of course…

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

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View from our table…

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

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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
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    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
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    Tim,

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

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