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Re: Short Flight Report

Mike Dwyer
 

Hi Jim, great report.  About your regulator... it is working properly and replacing it wont change anything.  The regulator tries to get the voltage to say 14 volts.  If the battery is less than 10v then the regulator will command full oytput current until the voltage comes up.  Best bet if you leave the ign on again is to just idle until the voltage gets to 12 or 13v, or get an amp meter...  fly safe, Mike Dwyer N3QP


On Sun, Jun 7, 2020, 10:18 PM Jim Patillo <Logistics_engineering@...> wrote:

Well I flew this morning to test the recharged batteries and new 60A alternator breaker. Engine fired up first blade. Did a run up with engine and electronics  functioning properly. Flew about 25 minutes and returned to the airport without  issues.

In summary, I think the reason the breaker tripped was the in rush of current from the alternator to batteries that were near empty, thus preventing in flight charging. I still don’t understand why the voltage regulator didn’t prevent the breaker trip. I may switch to an electronic voltage regulator. 

As a side note, I mentioned that I run dual Plasma 3 Lightspeed ignitions. I did this for a few reasons;

1. I didn’t like the idea of having to pull the engine to inspect mags or check timing. 
2. My plane idles at 450 rpm’s which helps a lot on rollout distance. 
3. More fuel efficient and produces more power at altitude .
4. Smoother running engine.

On start up I crank my 0200 with a Concord  25RG. If that battery is low I immediately know and fix the problem. (A 25A battery can run a facet fuel pump,
two electronic ignitions and a radio for a while).
 
If not I turn on the second 7 amp battery and verify amber low voltage light on the panel is lit and after increasing rpm to 1000,  shuts off low voltage light. Next I verify each volt/amp meter is showing positive charging to its battery. 7A battery powers both ignitions as backup.  

For reference; I installed both ignitions at 200 hours. They have been very robust and with 1600 hours on them, are still working flawlessly. I might add the coils were installed on top of the engine for lack of room (a high heat soak area). They have been very robust as well.  Klaus told me they wouldn’t live there but about 200 hours ago I figured it would be prudent to replace all four and did. 

I really like my dual Plasma 3’s except when I create my own FUBAR,s like the one just shared with you. Mike N. gave me the suggestion of leaving the strobe switch on after shut down, great idea. I am doing that now. I don’t know anyone that will walk away from strobes hitting them in the eyeballs. 

Happy Flying,
Jim
N46JP Q200

 


Re: Short Flight Report

Jay Scheevel
 

Hi Jim,

Thanks for the detailed update on your outcome. A lot of people, including me, run enough electrical items these days, so it is a critical item now, and it is good to know the gotchas.

As far as your voltage regulator goes, I would not be too hasty to condemn the one you have. I have two batteries (Earth X 12Ah). When I spool up for take off, my voltage never goes over 14.4V but my alternator is pumping as much as 38 amps back into the batteries. I have a 40 amp alternator. If your batteries were fully discharged, and you have a 60 amp alternator, you could go over 60 amps without voltage exceeding the limit. Just a thought.

Cheers,
Jay

Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID


Jim Patillo <Logistics_engineering@...> wrote:

Well I flew this morning to test the recharged batteries and new 60A alternator breaker. Engine fired up first blade. Did a run up with engine and electronics  functioning properly. Flew about 25 minutes and returned to the airport without  issues.

In summary, I think the reason the breaker tripped was the in rush of current from the alternator to batteries that were near empty, thus preventing in flight charging. I still don’t understand why the voltage regulator didn’t prevent the breaker trip. I may switch to an electronic voltage regulator. 

As a side note, I mentioned that I run dual Plasma 3 Lightspeed ignitions. I did this for a few reasons;

1. I didn’t like the idea of having to pull the engine to inspect mags or check timing. 
2. My plane idles at 450 rpm’s which helps a lot on rollout distance. 
3. More fuel efficient and produces more power at altitude .
4. Smoother running engine.

On start up I crank my 0200 with a Concord  25RG. If that battery is low I immediately know and fix the problem. (A 25A battery can run a facet fuel pump,
two electronic ignitions and a radio for a while).
 
If not I turn on the second 7 amp battery and verify amber low voltage light on the panel is lit and after increasing rpm to 1000,  shuts off low voltage light. Next I verify each volt/amp meter is showing positive charging to its battery. 7A battery powers both ignitions as backup.  

For reference; I installed both ignitions at 200 hours. They have been very robust and with 1600 hours on them, are still working flawlessly. I might add the coils were installed on top of the engine for lack of room (a high heat soak area). They have been very robust as well.  Klaus told me they wouldn’t live there but about 200 hours ago I figured it would be prudent to replace all four and did. 

I really like my dual Plasma 3’s except when I create my own FUBAR,s like the one just shared with you. Mike N. gave me the suggestion of leaving the strobe switch on after shut down, great idea. I am doing that now. I don’t know anyone that will walk away from strobes hitting them in the eyeballs. 

Happy Flying,
Jim
N46JP Q200

 


Re: Short Flight Report

Paul Fisher
 

Jim,
I'm glad you got it working.  I don't think you have a problem with your voltage regulator.  It regulates voltage.  Circuit breakers trip on high amps (not volts).  Putting 60 amps into a mostly dead battery is really hard on the battery.  You were much better off slowly charging it.

Leaving the strobes on should help.  I had the same "issue", so I built a little circuit that beeps (auditory in addition to visual) 30 seconds after the bus drops below 13 volts.  Basically 30 seconds after the engine shuts down.  That gives me enough time to shut things down, but if I forget it reminds me.  I'll probably never leave the master on again, but I'm glad to have something that will nag me if I do!!

Paul


On Sun, Jun 7, 2020, 21:18 Jim Patillo <Logistics_engineering@...> wrote:

Well I flew this morning to test the recharged batteries and new 60A alternator breaker. Engine fired up first blade. Did a run up with engine and electronics  functioning properly. Flew about 25 minutes and returned to the airport without  issues.

In summary, I think the reason the breaker tripped was the in rush of current from the alternator to batteries that were near empty, thus preventing in flight charging. I still don’t understand why the voltage regulator didn’t prevent the breaker trip. I may switch to an electronic voltage regulator. 

As a side note, I mentioned that I run dual Plasma 3 Lightspeed ignitions. I did this for a few reasons;

1. I didn’t like the idea of having to pull the engine to inspect mags or check timing. 
2. My plane idles at 450 rpm’s which helps a lot on rollout distance. 
3. More fuel efficient and produces more power at altitude .
4. Smoother running engine.

On start up I crank my 0200 with a Concord  25RG. If that battery is low I immediately know and fix the problem. (A 25A battery can run a facet fuel pump,
two electronic ignitions and a radio for a while).
 
If not I turn on the second 7 amp battery and verify amber low voltage light on the panel is lit and after increasing rpm to 1000,  shuts off low voltage light. Next I verify each volt/amp meter is showing positive charging to its battery. 7A battery powers both ignitions as backup.  

For reference; I installed both ignitions at 200 hours. They have been very robust and with 1600 hours on them, are still working flawlessly. I might add the coils were installed on top of the engine for lack of room (a high heat soak area). They have been very robust as well.  Klaus told me they wouldn’t live there but about 200 hours ago I figured it would be prudent to replace all four and did. 

I really like my dual Plasma 3’s except when I create my own FUBAR,s like the one just shared with you. Mike N. gave me the suggestion of leaving the strobe switch on after shut down, great idea. I am doing that now. I don’t know anyone that will walk away from strobes hitting them in the eyeballs. 

Happy Flying,
Jim
N46JP Q200

 


Re: Short Flight Report

Jim Patillo
 

Well I flew this morning to test the recharged batteries and new 60A alternator breaker. Engine fired up first blade. Did a run up with engine and electronics  functioning properly. Flew about 25 minutes and returned to the airport without  issues.

In summary, I think the reason the breaker tripped was the in rush of current from the alternator to batteries that were near empty, thus preventing in flight charging. I still don’t understand why the voltage regulator didn’t prevent the breaker trip. I may switch to an electronic voltage regulator. 

As a side note, I mentioned that I run dual Plasma 3 Lightspeed ignitions. I did this for a few reasons;

1. I didn’t like the idea of having to pull the engine to inspect mags or check timing. 
2. My plane idles at 450 rpm’s which helps a lot on rollout distance. 
3. More fuel efficient and produces more power at altitude .
4. Smoother running engine.

On start up I crank my 0200 with a Concord  25RG. If that battery is low I immediately know and fix the problem. (A 25A battery can run a facet fuel pump,
two electronic ignitions and a radio for a while).
 
If not I turn on the second 7 amp battery and verify amber low voltage light on the panel is lit and after increasing rpm to 1000,  shuts off low voltage light. Next I verify each volt/amp meter is showing positive charging to its battery. 7A battery powers both ignitions as backup.  

For reference; I installed both ignitions at 200 hours. They have been very robust and with 1600 hours on them, are still working flawlessly. I might add the coils were installed on top of the engine for lack of room (a high heat soak area). They have been very robust as well.  Klaus told me they wouldn’t live there but about 200 hours ago I figured it would be prudent to replace all four and did. 

I really like my dual Plasma 3’s except when I create my own FUBAR,s like the one just shared with you. Mike N. gave me the suggestion of leaving the strobe switch on after shut down, great idea. I am doing that now. I don’t know anyone that will walk away from strobes hitting them in the eyeballs. 

Happy Flying,
Jim
N46JP Q200

 


Re: Corvair Engine Mount Specs

Jay Scheevel
 

Jon Swenson has a corvair engine on his Tri-Q.

Cheers,
Jay

Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID


Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...> wrote:

The only Corvair in a Q-2 I know about was Joseph Snow. He cracked his up on his first flight, it was basically underpowered. Maybe Richard Kazmerick knows of others. 


On Sun, Jun 7, 2020, 5:56 PM Lawrence Wade <lawrencewade@...> wrote:
I am looking for measurements and drawings for construction of an engine mount for a corvair engine on the Q-200.  I know several have been constructed and would appreciate the contact information for those members if they are part of this group.

Larry Wade
941-773-8904


Re: Quickheads.com Question

Corbin
 

I have the .dxf but it doesn't appear to have the cutouts for legs.  

Corbin Ge!ser

On June 7, 2020 at 7:27 PM, Michael <dunningme@...> wrote:

Can you use the dxf drawing Sam Hoskins has in the Files section?
--
-MD
#2827 (still thinking about planning on visualizing how to finish building)




--

Corbin 
N33QR


Re: Spring Fling

John Hoxie
 

Broken Bow, Oklahoma or Nebraska?


On Sun, Jun 7, 2020 at 5:37 PM, Lynn French
<n142lf@...> wrote:
I would love to come out that weekend and am going to put it on my calendar. But as Kevin can attest, I am not very reliable. If the weather lined up for many other reasons such that I can bail out for a while then I will plan the trip. 
LF. 

Short & simple from my mobile 

On Jun 7, 2020, at 1:32 PM, Jay Scheevel <jay@...> wrote:



Hi Kevin,

 

I think that I will try to make it. On planning a route, I see that Broken Bow is pretty much on the way for me. I wonder if Lynn is planning on coming? If so, maybe we could fly together. If Bruce wants to fly a little out of his way, maybe he could meet us both there and we could fly in as a Tri-ship of Tri-Q’s

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Kevin Boddicker
Sent: Sunday, June 07, 2020 8:37 AM
To: Q List <Q-List@groups.io>
Subject: [Q-List] Spring Fling

 

Listers,

Bruce keeps gently prodding me, see his closing remark, to pick a date for the delayed Fling.

I am open.

 

Thoughts:

               

                July 17,18, 19 would have been the WE before what would have been OSH.

                July 17 - 21 with emphasis on the weekend, but stay as long as you can stand it.

 

I picked that time, as it would be the same time, as most planning to attend OSH would have time off. The next WE would be a rush to get home and back to work. 

 

Remember work all you old retired BAST..DS?

 

So, Bruskiskavitch there you have it. Hope the attendance will be great! 

 

It can’t rain for five days can it?

 

Plenty of motels in Decorah.

 

Super 8  older

Quality Inn older

Country Inn & Suites nice

Fairfield Inn new

Hotel Winneshiek (Downtown) very old, nostalgic, expensive but nice 

 

Lets see a show of hands boys and girls.

 

Mike Dwyer, its only 1187' above sea level. Yesterday DA was 2200’.

 

 

Kevin Boddicker
TriQ 200 N7868B   512 hrs
Luana, IA.





Begin forwarded message:

 

From: "Bruce Crain" <jcrain2@...>

Subject: ADV: Re: [Q-List] Second Q-List Zoom meeting this coming Saturday, June 6 - featuring Sam Hoskins' Q-200

Date: June 6, 2020 at 3:45:07 PM CDT

 

Sorry I couldn’t’t catch the Zoom meet but I did jump on YouTube!  Had a funeral for an “old friend” (who was actually younger than me). 

Great job Sammy!  Your perseverance is unmatched as well as your speed in rebuilding and airspeed!  

Hope to see you in July!

Bruski

 

 


Re: Quickheads.com Question

Michael Dunning
 

Can you use the dxf drawing Sam Hoskins has in the Files section?
--
-MD
#2827 (still thinking about planning on visualizing how to finish building)


Re: Quickheads.com Question

Corbin
 

Primarily, this one:

  INSTRUMENT PANEL
..... The template provided for the instrument panel on Appendix Sheet 3 

Corbin Ge!ser

On June 7, 2020 at 7:16 PM, Michael <dunningme@...> wrote:

Which template do you need?
--
-MD
#2827 (still thinking about planning on visualizing how to finish building)




--

Corbin 
N33QR


Re: Quickheads.com Question

Michael Dunning
 

Which template do you need?
--
-MD
#2827 (still thinking about planning on visualizing how to finish building)


Quickheads.com Question

Corbin
 

I purchased the Q2/Q200 information packet (really just want the appendix templates) and have not received a confirmation or link.  Has anyone had experience with how long a delay there is when purchasing from quickheads.com?  I have submitted a "contact us" and emailed Jon, in the meantime.

Corbin Ge!ser

--

Corbin 
N33QR


Re: Corvair Engine Mount Specs

Sam Hoskins
 

The only Corvair in a Q-2 I know about was Joseph Snow. He cracked his up on his first flight, it was basically underpowered. Maybe Richard Kazmerick knows of others. 


On Sun, Jun 7, 2020, 5:56 PM Lawrence Wade <lawrencewade@...> wrote:
I am looking for measurements and drawings for construction of an engine mount for a corvair engine on the Q-200.  I know several have been constructed and would appreciate the contact information for those members if they are part of this group.

Larry Wade
941-773-8904


Re: Spring Fling

Lynn French
 

I would love to come out that weekend and am going to put it on my calendar. But as Kevin can attest, I am not very reliable. If the weather lined up for many other reasons such that I can bail out for a while then I will plan the trip. 
LF. 

Short & simple from my mobile 

On Jun 7, 2020, at 1:32 PM, Jay Scheevel <jay@...> wrote:



Hi Kevin,

 

I think that I will try to make it. On planning a route, I see that Broken Bow is pretty much on the way for me. I wonder if Lynn is planning on coming? If so, maybe we could fly together. If Bruce wants to fly a little out of his way, maybe he could meet us both there and we could fly in as a Tri-ship of Tri-Q’s

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Kevin Boddicker
Sent: Sunday, June 07, 2020 8:37 AM
To: Q List <Q-List@groups.io>
Subject: [Q-List] Spring Fling

 

Listers,

Bruce keeps gently prodding me, see his closing remark, to pick a date for the delayed Fling.

I am open.

 

Thoughts:

               

                July 17,18, 19 would have been the WE before what would have been OSH.

                July 17 - 21 with emphasis on the weekend, but stay as long as you can stand it.

 

I picked that time, as it would be the same time, as most planning to attend OSH would have time off. The next WE would be a rush to get home and back to work. 

 

Remember work all you old retired BAST..DS?

 

So, Bruskiskavitch there you have it. Hope the attendance will be great! 

 

It can’t rain for five days can it?

 

Plenty of motels in Decorah.

 

Super 8  older

Quality Inn older

Country Inn & Suites nice

Fairfield Inn new

Hotel Winneshiek (Downtown) very old, nostalgic, expensive but nice 

 

Lets see a show of hands boys and girls.

 

Mike Dwyer, its only 1187' above sea level. Yesterday DA was 2200’.

 

 

Kevin Boddicker
TriQ 200 N7868B   512 hrs
Luana, IA.





Begin forwarded message:

 

From: "Bruce Crain" <jcrain2@...>

Subject: ADV: Re: [Q-List] Second Q-List Zoom meeting this coming Saturday, June 6 - featuring Sam Hoskins' Q-200

Date: June 6, 2020 at 3:45:07 PM CDT

 

Sorry I couldn’t’t catch the Zoom meet but I did jump on YouTube!  Had a funeral for an “old friend” (who was actually younger than me). 

Great job Sammy!  Your perseverance is unmatched as well as your speed in rebuilding and airspeed!  

Hope to see you in July!

Bruski

 

 


Corvair Engine Mount Specs

 

I am looking for measurements and drawings for construction of an engine mount for a corvair engine on the Q-200.  I know several have been constructed and would appreciate the contact information for those members if they are part of this group.

Larry Wade
941-773-8904


Re: Sam Hoskins' Q-Tour uploaded to YouTube. #Q-Tour

Sam Hoskins
 

Thanks Rik.

In the early days of flying my Qq-200 I was actively involved with Rich's Incredible Pyro, doing airshow pyrotechnics all over the country (and international) and I put on a log of hours doing that. Also I was busy in the air racing.  And I have to say, after that incident where I broke my canard took a little wind out of my sails.

Three rear wings, and two front wings a.k.a.canards.

As far as the biggest gain? That's a common question, but not an easy answer.  Going faster is really a series of steps, each adding it's own part. The biggest gain was for me to decide that I wanted to go faster, then to start taking a critical look at everything on the plane and doing what I could to make it more efficient. Then start chipping away at it. You have to decide to decide.

Sam

On Sun, Jun 7, 2020 at 3:46 PM Rik <Info@...> wrote:
Sam, loved hearing about your plane. Unfortunately I do not have a good enough internet connection at home to view live so YT is greatly appreciated.

You were in the middle of telling us why you do not fly as much when you received a question. 

What would you rank as the most important changes you made to increase the speed?  Any trade offs that you didn’t like?

You mentioned that you have made three different wings (canards] and two different upper wings. We’re the canards changed due to the spin out and the pedal issue or was there a change from a GU to LS1 or a change to a totally different wing? Upper wing changes due to?

Thanks for standing in front of the camera for 40 minutes, could have been longer!!!


Re: Spring Fling

Corbin
 

Very likely!  That reminds me of a fun experience back when I was bringing mine home from California.  We were down low under a layer and cutting between two MOA’s in Oklahoma somewhere.  On ForeFlight, I notice three jets a few miles off our right wing.  Then they disappeared from FF.   A minute later, they swoop behind us and make a climbing right turn just in front of us.  It was the closest I’ve ever been to another plane in flight.  We could see one of the pilots holding up his mobile device to record us.  Guess they thought we were as interesting looking as we thought they were.  

We definitely looked alien like and I would love to see that footage one day.

Corbin

On Jun 7, 2020, at 3:01 PM, Mike Dwyer <q200pilot@...> wrote:


You guys would get reported to the Airforce as an alien invasion!

Mike Dwyer

YouTube Videos: https://goo.gl/yKEHfK
Q200 Website: http://goo.gl/V8IrJF


On Sun, Jun 7, 2020 at 2:32 PM Jay Scheevel <jay@...> wrote:

Hi Kevin,

 

I think that I will try to make it. On planning a route, I see that Broken Bow is pretty much on the way for me. I wonder if Lynn is planning on coming? If so, maybe we could fly together. If Bruce wants to fly a little out of his way, maybe he could meet us both there and we could fly in as a Tri-ship of Tri-Q’s

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Kevin Boddicker
Sent: Sunday, June 07, 2020 8:37 AM
To: Q List <Q-List@groups.io>
Subject: [Q-List] Spring Fling

 

Listers,

Bruce keeps gently prodding me, see his closing remark, to pick a date for the delayed Fling.

I am open.

 

Thoughts:

               

                July 17,18, 19 would have been the WE before what would have been OSH.

                July 17 - 21 with emphasis on the weekend, but stay as long as you can stand it.

 

I picked that time, as it would be the same time, as most planning to attend OSH would have time off. The next WE would be a rush to get home and back to work. 

 

Remember work all you old retired BAST..DS?

 

So, Bruskiskavitch there you have it. Hope the attendance will be great! 

 

It can’t rain for five days can it?

 

Plenty of motels in Decorah.

 

Super 8  older

Quality Inn older

Country Inn & Suites nice

Fairfield Inn new

Hotel Winneshiek (Downtown) very old, nostalgic, expensive but nice 

 

Lets see a show of hands boys and girls.

 

Mike Dwyer, its only 1187' above sea level. Yesterday DA was 2200’.

 

 

Kevin Boddicker
TriQ 200 N7868B   512 hrs
Luana, IA.





Begin forwarded message:

 

From: "Bruce Crain" <jcrain2@...>

Subject: ADV: Re: [Q-List] Second Q-List Zoom meeting this coming Saturday, June 6 - featuring Sam Hoskins' Q-200

Date: June 6, 2020 at 3:45:07 PM CDT

 

Sorry I couldn’t’t catch the Zoom meet but I did jump on YouTube!  Had a funeral for an “old friend” (who was actually younger than me). 

Great job Sammy!  Your perseverance is unmatched as well as your speed in rebuilding and airspeed!  

Hope to see you in July!

Bruski

 

 


--

Corbin 
N33QR


Re: Sam Hoskins' Q-Tour uploaded to YouTube. #Q-Tour

Rik
 

Sam, loved hearing about your plane. Unfortunately I do not have a good enough internet connection at home to view live so YT is greatly appreciated.

You were in the middle of telling us why you do not fly as much when you received a question. 

What would you rank as the most important changes you made to increase the speed?  Any trade offs that you didn’t like?

You mentioned that you have made three different wings (canards] and two different upper wings. We’re the canards changed due to the spin out and the pedal issue or was there a change from a GU to LS1 or a change to a totally different wing? Upper wing changes due to?

Thanks for standing in front of the camera for 40 minutes, could have been longer!!!


Re: Spring Fling

Mike Dwyer
 

You guys would get reported to the Airforce as an alien invasion!

Mike Dwyer

YouTube Videos: https://goo.gl/yKEHfK
Q200 Website: http://goo.gl/V8IrJF


On Sun, Jun 7, 2020 at 2:32 PM Jay Scheevel <jay@...> wrote:

Hi Kevin,

 

I think that I will try to make it. On planning a route, I see that Broken Bow is pretty much on the way for me. I wonder if Lynn is planning on coming? If so, maybe we could fly together. If Bruce wants to fly a little out of his way, maybe he could meet us both there and we could fly in as a Tri-ship of Tri-Q’s

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Kevin Boddicker
Sent: Sunday, June 07, 2020 8:37 AM
To: Q List <Q-List@groups.io>
Subject: [Q-List] Spring Fling

 

Listers,

Bruce keeps gently prodding me, see his closing remark, to pick a date for the delayed Fling.

I am open.

 

Thoughts:

               

                July 17,18, 19 would have been the WE before what would have been OSH.

                July 17 - 21 with emphasis on the weekend, but stay as long as you can stand it.

 

I picked that time, as it would be the same time, as most planning to attend OSH would have time off. The next WE would be a rush to get home and back to work. 

 

Remember work all you old retired BAST..DS?

 

So, Bruskiskavitch there you have it. Hope the attendance will be great! 

 

It can’t rain for five days can it?

 

Plenty of motels in Decorah.

 

Super 8  older

Quality Inn older

Country Inn & Suites nice

Fairfield Inn new

Hotel Winneshiek (Downtown) very old, nostalgic, expensive but nice 

 

Lets see a show of hands boys and girls.

 

Mike Dwyer, its only 1187' above sea level. Yesterday DA was 2200’.

 

 

Kevin Boddicker
TriQ 200 N7868B   512 hrs
Luana, IA.





Begin forwarded message:

 

From: "Bruce Crain" <jcrain2@...>

Subject: ADV: Re: [Q-List] Second Q-List Zoom meeting this coming Saturday, June 6 - featuring Sam Hoskins' Q-200

Date: June 6, 2020 at 3:45:07 PM CDT

 

Sorry I couldn’t’t catch the Zoom meet but I did jump on YouTube!  Had a funeral for an “old friend” (who was actually younger than me). 

Great job Sammy!  Your perseverance is unmatched as well as your speed in rebuilding and airspeed!  

Hope to see you in July!

Bruski

 

 


Re: Spring Fling

Jerry Marstall <jnmarstall@...>
 

It's written on the outhouse wall. J

-------- Original message --------
From: Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...>
Date: 6/7/20 11:19 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: Q List <Q-List@groups.io>
Subject: [Q-List] Spring Fling

Listers,
Bruce keeps gently prodding me, see his closing remark, to pick a date for the delayed Fling.
I am open.

Thoughts:
July 17,18, 19 would have been the WE before what would have been OSH.
July 17 - 21 with emphasis on the weekend, but stay as long as you can stand it.

I picked that time, as it would be the same time, as most planning to attend OSH would have time off. The next WE would be a rush to get home and back to work. 

Remember work all you old retired BAST..DS?

So, Bruskiskavitch there you have it. Hope the attendance will be great! 

It can’t rain for five days can it?

Plenty of motels in Decorah.

Super 8  older
Quality Inn older
Country Inn & Suites nice
Fairfield Inn new
Hotel Winneshiek (Downtown) very old, nostalgic, expensive but nice 

Lets see a show of hands boys and girls.

Mike Dwyer, its only 1187' above sea level. Yesterday DA was 2200’.


Kevin Boddicker
TriQ 200 N7868B   512 hrs
Luana, IA.



Begin forwarded message:

From: "Bruce Crain" <jcrain2@...>
Subject: ADV: Re: [Q-List] Second Q-List Zoom meeting this coming Saturday, June 6 - featuring Sam Hoskins' Q-200
Date: June 6, 2020 at 3:45:07 PM CDT

Sorry I couldn’t’t catch the Zoom meet but I did jump on YouTube!  Had a funeral for an “old friend” (who was actually younger than me). 
Great job Sammy!  Your perseverance is unmatched as well as your speed in rebuilding and airspeed!  
Hope to see you in July!
Bruski




Re: Spring Fling

Jay Scheevel
 

Hi Kevin,

 

I think that I will try to make it. On planning a route, I see that Broken Bow is pretty much on the way for me. I wonder if Lynn is planning on coming? If so, maybe we could fly together. If Bruce wants to fly a little out of his way, maybe he could meet us both there and we could fly in as a Tri-ship of Tri-Q’s

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Kevin Boddicker
Sent: Sunday, June 07, 2020 8:37 AM
To: Q List <Q-List@groups.io>
Subject: [Q-List] Spring Fling

 

Listers,

Bruce keeps gently prodding me, see his closing remark, to pick a date for the delayed Fling.

I am open.

 

Thoughts:

               

                July 17,18, 19 would have been the WE before what would have been OSH.

                July 17 - 21 with emphasis on the weekend, but stay as long as you can stand it.

 

I picked that time, as it would be the same time, as most planning to attend OSH would have time off. The next WE would be a rush to get home and back to work. 

 

Remember work all you old retired BAST..DS?

 

So, Bruskiskavitch there you have it. Hope the attendance will be great! 

 

It can’t rain for five days can it?

 

Plenty of motels in Decorah.

 

Super 8  older

Quality Inn older

Country Inn & Suites nice

Fairfield Inn new

Hotel Winneshiek (Downtown) very old, nostalgic, expensive but nice 

 

Lets see a show of hands boys and girls.

 

Mike Dwyer, its only 1187' above sea level. Yesterday DA was 2200’.

 

 

Kevin Boddicker
TriQ 200 N7868B   512 hrs
Luana, IA.





Begin forwarded message:

 

From: "Bruce Crain" <jcrain2@...>

Subject: ADV: Re: [Q-List] Second Q-List Zoom meeting this coming Saturday, June 6 - featuring Sam Hoskins' Q-200

Date: June 6, 2020 at 3:45:07 PM CDT

 

Sorry I couldn’t’t catch the Zoom meet but I did jump on YouTube!  Had a funeral for an “old friend” (who was actually younger than me). 

Great job Sammy!  Your perseverance is unmatched as well as your speed in rebuilding and airspeed!  

Hope to see you in July!

Bruski

 

 

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