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Re: Spring Fling

Jay Scheevel
 

Not to preempt Terry’s answer, Jim…but I have seen his Cozy project in the works, and I can say that whether he is trying to go for another Lindy or not, it is likely to be in his future if he chooses to take it to OSH!

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Jim Patillo
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2021 11:48 AM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] Spring Fling

 

Hi Terry,

 

Sorry for the late reply. HAPPY Retirement! All the Best.

Are you actually going for another LINDY? Just Wondering. 😉     

 

Jim

N46JP Q200

 


From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> on behalf of Terry Crouch via groups.io <Q1terryMDT@...>
Sent: Sunday, May 23, 2021 8:07 PM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Q-List] Spring Fling

 


I wanted to thank everyone for the retirement congrats. It was great to actually fly somewhere, like most of you I haven't been anywhere in a year.

Kevin thanks again for hosting and all you do. For those of you that have never been to Decorah airport, the airport manager and his wife, Mike and Ava go out of there way to support the fly in. This airport rates really high on my list I wish there were more like it.

 

Terry Crouch

Quickie N14TC

 

 

-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Fisher <rv7a.n18pf@...>
To: main@q-list.groups.io
Sent: Sat, May 22, 2021 11:45 am
Subject: [Q-List] Spring Fling

Terry Crouch is retiring at the end of the month, so we celebrated with cake!

 

5 Qs and 2 EZs - we have a real fly in!


Re: Spring Fling

Jim Patillo
 

Hi Terry,

Sorry for the late reply. HAPPY Retirement! All the Best.
Are you actually going for another LINDY? Just Wondering. 😉     

Jim
N46JP Q200


From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> on behalf of Terry Crouch via groups.io <Q1terryMDT@...>
Sent: Sunday, May 23, 2021 8:07 PM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Q-List] Spring Fling
 

I wanted to thank everyone for the retirement congrats. It was great to actually fly somewhere, like most of you I haven't been anywhere in a year.
Kevin thanks again for hosting and all you do. For those of you that have never been to Decorah airport, the airport manager and his wife, Mike and Ava go out of there way to support the fly in. This airport rates really high on my list I wish there were more like it.

Terry Crouch
Quickie N14TC



-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Fisher <rv7a.n18pf@...>
To: main@q-list.groups.io
Sent: Sat, May 22, 2021 11:45 am
Subject: [Q-List] Spring Fling

Terry Crouch is retiring at the end of the month, so we celebrated with cake!

5 Qs and 2 EZs - we have a real fly in!


Re: For sale #Tri-Q

Jim Patillo
 

Jon, It is sad to hear about your airplane. I know, like the rest of us, you spent many an hour building and dreaming. It's got to be real hard to have all that stopped mid-sentence. I'm glad to hear you are OK.

God bless you and your family.

Jim
N46JP Q200   


From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> on behalf of Jon Swenson <swensgoldflyer@...>
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2021 6:06 AM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io>
Subject: [Q-List] For sale #Tri-Q
 
With heavy heart I'm selling my project #Tri-Q N12XD;  It is a hard decision to sell my project, not so much for the loss of the object but for the loss of  all the connections it represents. After giving it, what I feel, was  a fair attempt I have to admit this is not the right airplane for me at this time in my life.  On my second, "First Flight" attempt I came up short as a pilot and damaged my Corvair powered TriQ.  On takeoff I wasn't able to maintain flight and bounced on the runway and broke the front landing gear off.  The bottom of the cowl is gone and the Warp Drove propeller was ground down to a nub.  There is no other apparent damage but It will be up to the next owner to determine the integrity of the structure. I plan to sell the fuselage and engine separately.  It will be up to the new owner to get it re-certified as a "Parts Built" project.  I have all the documentation and it will go with the project.  Please contact me through the list.
It has been 18 good years of building and I cherish the time I spent on this  and growing as a person.  I especially value the great friends I have made during the process and I hope that you all know how much I appreciate your efforts to make my journey a success. Without your help and support the end of this tale may have been very different.  What the Q group members do is invaluable.  Thank you all.
 I have reflected long and hard about this and choose to see my stepping away from this project as a success on more levels than it was a failure.  I did fly at least as far as the Wright brothers and I came away without physical harm (just my pride took a hit) One of the biggest lessons I will offer to anyone beginning the same journey is to listen to the guys who have done it and follow their advise.  Their knowledge is based on experience and is invaluable.

Heartily, 

Jon Swenson


Re: For sale #Tri-Q

Dave Dugas
 

Sorry to hear the news about your Q, but after reading your thoughtful letter, you echoed my thoughts about our group of QAC enthusiasts. Glad that there were no injuries….Dave Dugas

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Jay Scheevel
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2021 10:05 AM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] For sale #Tri-Q

 

Sorry to hear about the fate of your plane, Jon. So glad you were not hurt. The decision you made is a hard one, but the right one for you because you have thought it through. No shame in that. Keep in touch and I can say from experience, no one in this group is any less friendly if you fly your spam can into the fly-ins. Did it for years and everyone was great. Best to you and your family.

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Jon Swenson
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2021 7:06 AM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] For sale #Tri-Q

 

With heavy heart I'm selling my project #Tri-Q N12XD;  It is a hard decision to sell my project, not so much for the loss of the object but for the loss of  all the connections it represents. After giving it, what I feel, was  a fair attempt I have to admit this is not the right airplane for me at this time in my life.  On my second, "First Flight" attempt I came up short as a pilot and damaged my Corvair powered TriQ.  On takeoff I wasn't able to maintain flight and bounced on the runway and broke the front landing gear off.  The bottom of the cowl is gone and the Warp Drove propeller was ground down to a nub.  There is no other apparent damage but It will be up to the next owner to determine the integrity of the structure. I plan to sell the fuselage and engine separately.  It will be up to the new owner to get it re-certified as a "Parts Built" project.  I have all the documentation and it will go with the project.  Please contact me through the list.
It has been 18 good years of building and I cherish the time I spent on this  and growing as a person.  I especially value the great friends I have made during the process and I hope that you all know how much I appreciate your efforts to make my journey a success. Without your help and support the end of this tale may have been very different.  What the Q group members do is invaluable.  Thank you all.
 I have reflected long and hard about this and choose to see my stepping away from this project as a success on more levels than it was a failure.  I did fly at least as far as the Wright brothers and I came away without physical harm (just my pride took a hit) One of the biggest lessons I will offer to anyone beginning the same journey is to listen to the guys who have done it and follow their advise.  Their knowledge is based on experience and is invaluable.

Heartily, 

Jon Swenson

 


Re: Q200 Project - For Sale Soon w/Avionics available

Corbin
 

Thanks, Jay.  This is very helpful information and, to be honest, I am halfway looking for a reason not to go to the trouble of "rescuing" this Q.  Therefore, any helpful information like yours below helps me make the decision to walk away.  I plan on talking with the owner again this week for questions and clarification on history and condition before I even think about going to see it.

The one in the back he is keeping and plans on completing by next year.  He gave up on trying to do two of them.

Corbin Ge!ser

On May 24, 2021 at 9:16 AM, Jay Scheevel <jay@...> wrote:

Hi Corbin,

 

A couple of thoughts. There appear to be square patches on both the fuselage and the canard at the root on both sided of the plane. This is the location of the carbon fiber spar and could spell trouble. I would query the seller as to what was done there. Perhaps a repair after a huge flex or even failure of the spar on both sides?  Also on the left side canard, top surface, the sanding has gone through the weave. At least one, maybe two plies are compromised. This will need to be repaired to be airworthy. It looks like there are two Q’s there. The one that you are looking at is set up for the revmaster engine. Firewall will need to be modified to accommodate the O-200. Maybe the canard from the other one is available? Can’t see it from the views you sent. Also, beware of UV damage if these have been sitting outside for a long time (looks like they have).

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Corbin via groups.io
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2021 7:46 AM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] Q200 Project - For Sale Soon w/Avionics available

 

Good morning all,

I have attached the only photos I have for reference.  I am picking this project up by end of the month and will get all the details once I get it back to my hangar.  It is supposed to have everything except an engine and avionics and the tail "needs work".  I will either keep for parts or bundle the avionics that I am taking out of my plane now and sell it to anyone wanting to take on a project.  

Looks to be the LS1 wing as well as the forward sliding canopy.  I am not yet sure of the condition of the canopy.

Not sure what price to put on this yet as I need to see the condition, inventory parts, complete the purchase, and then value my avionics that I will bundle it with.  I maybe even have my panel guy cut a panel for it while he is doing mine.

I just wanted to get the word out if someone is interested and wants to be updated as I acquire it and get it home to Dallas.



--

Corbin 
N121CG




--

Corbin 
N121CG


Re: Q200 Project - For Sale Soon w/Avionics available

Jay Scheevel
 

Hi Corbin,

 

A couple of thoughts. There appear to be square patches on both the fuselage and the canard at the root on both sided of the plane. This is the location of the carbon fiber spar and could spell trouble. I would query the seller as to what was done there. Perhaps a repair after a huge flex or even failure of the spar on both sides?  Also on the left side canard, top surface, the sanding has gone through the weave. At least one, maybe two plies are compromised. This will need to be repaired to be airworthy. It looks like there are two Q’s there. The one that you are looking at is set up for the revmaster engine. Firewall will need to be modified to accommodate the O-200. Maybe the canard from the other one is available? Can’t see it from the views you sent. Also, beware of UV damage if these have been sitting outside for a long time (looks like they have).

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Corbin via groups.io
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2021 7:46 AM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] Q200 Project - For Sale Soon w/Avionics available

 

Good morning all,

I have attached the only photos I have for reference.  I am picking this project up by end of the month and will get all the details once I get it back to my hangar.  It is supposed to have everything except an engine and avionics and the tail "needs work".  I will either keep for parts or bundle the avionics that I am taking out of my plane now and sell it to anyone wanting to take on a project.  

Looks to be the LS1 wing as well as the forward sliding canopy.  I am not yet sure of the condition of the canopy.

Not sure what price to put on this yet as I need to see the condition, inventory parts, complete the purchase, and then value my avionics that I will bundle it with.  I maybe even have my panel guy cut a panel for it while he is doing mine.

I just wanted to get the word out if someone is interested and wants to be updated as I acquire it and get it home to Dallas.



--

Corbin 
N121CG


Re: For sale #Tri-Q

Jay Scheevel
 

Sorry to hear about the fate of your plane, Jon. So glad you were not hurt. The decision you made is a hard one, but the right one for you because you have thought it through. No shame in that. Keep in touch and I can say from experience, no one in this group is any less friendly if you fly your spam can into the fly-ins. Did it for years and everyone was great. Best to you and your family.

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Jon Swenson
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2021 7:06 AM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] For sale #Tri-Q

 

With heavy heart I'm selling my project #Tri-Q N12XD;  It is a hard decision to sell my project, not so much for the loss of the object but for the loss of  all the connections it represents. After giving it, what I feel, was  a fair attempt I have to admit this is not the right airplane for me at this time in my life.  On my second, "First Flight" attempt I came up short as a pilot and damaged my Corvair powered TriQ.  On takeoff I wasn't able to maintain flight and bounced on the runway and broke the front landing gear off.  The bottom of the cowl is gone and the Warp Drove propeller was ground down to a nub.  There is no other apparent damage but It will be up to the next owner to determine the integrity of the structure. I plan to sell the fuselage and engine separately.  It will be up to the new owner to get it re-certified as a "Parts Built" project.  I have all the documentation and it will go with the project.  Please contact me through the list.
It has been 18 good years of building and I cherish the time I spent on this  and growing as a person.  I especially value the great friends I have made during the process and I hope that you all know how much I appreciate your efforts to make my journey a success. Without your help and support the end of this tale may have been very different.  What the Q group members do is invaluable.  Thank you all.
 I have reflected long and hard about this and choose to see my stepping away from this project as a success on more levels than it was a failure.  I did fly at least as far as the Wright brothers and I came away without physical harm (just my pride took a hit) One of the biggest lessons I will offer to anyone beginning the same journey is to listen to the guys who have done it and follow their advise.  Their knowledge is based on experience and is invaluable.

Heartily, 

Jon Swenson


Q200 Project - For Sale Soon w/Avionics available

Corbin
 

Good morning all,

I have attached the only photos I have for reference.  I am picking this project up by end of the month and will get all the details once I get it back to my hangar.  It is supposed to have everything except an engine and avionics and the tail "needs work".  I will either keep for parts or bundle the avionics that I am taking out of my plane now and sell it to anyone wanting to take on a project.  

Looks to be the LS1 wing as well as the forward sliding canopy.  I am not yet sure of the condition of the canopy.

Not sure what price to put on this yet as I need to see the condition, inventory parts, complete the purchase, and then value my avionics that I will bundle it with.  I maybe even have my panel guy cut a panel for it while he is doing mine.

I just wanted to get the word out if someone is interested and wants to be updated as I acquire it and get it home to Dallas.



--

Corbin 
N121CG


Re: For sale #Tri-Q

One Sky Dog
 

Jon,

Sorry to hear of your locg event. Glad to hear you are physically unharmed.

Regards,

Charlie aka One Sky Dog

On Monday, May 24, 2021, 6:06 AM, Jon Swenson <swensgoldflyer@...> wrote:

With heavy heart I'm selling my project #Tri-Q N12XD;  It is a hard decision to sell my project, not so much for the loss of the object but for the loss of  all the connections it represents. After giving it, what I feel, was  a fair attempt I have to admit this is not the right airplane for me at this time in my life.  On my second, "First Flight" attempt I came up short as a pilot and damaged my Corvair powered TriQ.  On takeoff I wasn't able to maintain flight and bounced on the runway and broke the front landing gear off.  The bottom of the cowl is gone and the Warp Drove propeller was ground down to a nub.  There is no other apparent damage but It will be up to the next owner to determine the integrity of the structure. I plan to sell the fuselage and engine separately.  It will be up to the new owner to get it re-certified as a "Parts Built" project.  I have all the documentation and it will go with the project.  Please contact me through the list.
It has been 18 good years of building and I cherish the time I spent on this  and growing as a person.  I especially value the great friends I have made during the process and I hope that you all know how much I appreciate your efforts to make my journey a success. Without your help and support the end of this tale may have been very different.  What the Q group members do is invaluable.  Thank you all.
 I have reflected long and hard about this and choose to see my stepping away from this project as a success on more levels than it was a failure.  I did fly at least as far as the Wright brothers and I came away without physical harm (just my pride took a hit) One of the biggest lessons I will offer to anyone beginning the same journey is to listen to the guys who have done it and follow their advise.  Their knowledge is based on experience and is invaluable.

Heartily, 

Jon Swenson


For sale #Tri-Q

Jon Swenson
 

With heavy heart I'm selling my project #Tri-Q N12XD;  It is a hard decision to sell my project, not so much for the loss of the object but for the loss of  all the connections it represents. After giving it, what I feel, was  a fair attempt I have to admit this is not the right airplane for me at this time in my life.  On my second, "First Flight" attempt I came up short as a pilot and damaged my Corvair powered TriQ.  On takeoff I wasn't able to maintain flight and bounced on the runway and broke the front landing gear off.  The bottom of the cowl is gone and the Warp Drove propeller was ground down to a nub.  There is no other apparent damage but It will be up to the next owner to determine the integrity of the structure. I plan to sell the fuselage and engine separately.  It will be up to the new owner to get it re-certified as a "Parts Built" project.  I have all the documentation and it will go with the project.  Please contact me through the list.
It has been 18 good years of building and I cherish the time I spent on this  and growing as a person.  I especially value the great friends I have made during the process and I hope that you all know how much I appreciate your efforts to make my journey a success. Without your help and support the end of this tale may have been very different.  What the Q group members do is invaluable.  Thank you all.
 I have reflected long and hard about this and choose to see my stepping away from this project as a success on more levels than it was a failure.  I did fly at least as far as the Wright brothers and I came away without physical harm (just my pride took a hit) One of the biggest lessons I will offer to anyone beginning the same journey is to listen to the guys who have done it and follow their advise.  Their knowledge is based on experience and is invaluable.

Heartily, 

Jon Swenson


Re: Spring Fling

Rodney Herzig
 

Congratulations on your retirement Terry!
Rod Herzig 
CozyIII N399BR 


On May 23, 2021, at 11:07 PM, Terry Crouch via groups.io <Q1terryMDT@...> wrote:



I wanted to thank everyone for the retirement congrats. It was great to actually fly somewhere, like most of you I haven't been anywhere in a year.
Kevin thanks again for hosting and all you do. For those of you that have never been to Decorah airport, the airport manager and his wife, Mike and Ava go out of there way to support the fly in. This airport rates really high on my list I wish there were more like it.

Terry Crouch
Quickie N14TC



-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Fisher <rv7a.n18pf@...>
To: main@q-list.groups.io
Sent: Sat, May 22, 2021 11:45 am
Subject: [Q-List] Spring Fling

Terry Crouch is retiring at the end of the month, so we celebrated with cake!

5 Qs and 2 EZs - we have a real fly in!


Re: Spring Fling

Terry Crouch
 


I wanted to thank everyone for the retirement congrats. It was great to actually fly somewhere, like most of you I haven't been anywhere in a year.
Kevin thanks again for hosting and all you do. For those of you that have never been to Decorah airport, the airport manager and his wife, Mike and Ava go out of there way to support the fly in. This airport rates really high on my list I wish there were more like it.

Terry Crouch
Quickie N14TC



-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Fisher <rv7a.n18pf@...>
To: main@q-list.groups.io
Sent: Sat, May 22, 2021 11:45 am
Subject: [Q-List] Spring Fling

Terry Crouch is retiring at the end of the month, so we celebrated with cake!

5 Qs and 2 EZs - we have a real fly in!


Re: Spring Fling

Bruce Crain
 

You guys are the best!  Wish we could have been there!
Bruce and HL


On May 23, 2021, at 4:35 PM, Lynn French <n142lf@...> wrote:

Thanks for the great update Kevin. Sounds like a great time was had and as usual wish I could have been there. 
LF


On May 23, 2021, at 3:26 PM, Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:

True to the norm, the weather for the Fling was less than stellar. 
Paul Fisher was first to arrive on Friday morning, while the weather window was do-able. Then the rains came. Washed out any more fly in arrivals. We were able to stay entertained with a fine BBQ lunch.

Friday afternoon we had an arrival with an enclosed trailer from New Hampshire!!!
Anthony Parker came out to buy Keith Kerr’s Q2 and take it back to the Granite State.
Our very own Dave Dugas will guide Anthony through the process to get this plane back in the air. 
Pics to follow. He had the engine off by the time we got there, so we helped with the tail removal.

Saturday morning I was awoken by a text from Sam Hoskins at 5:57 AM saying he was starting his engine.
Soon after that Jerry Marstall was on his way from Terra Haute Indiana where he had spent the night with Keith Welch, due to weather concerns at DEH on Friday. Terry Crouch was on his way from KDVN as well. Things were shaping up to be a fly in. 
Not long after we got to the AP, Sam comes whistling in, in “Plastic Explosive”.  The first drive in, a fellow Q1 builder, Charlie Lipke, from the La Crosse WI area introduced himself and we got a bid acquainted. Charlie and Terry have known each other for many years. Followed by Terry in his Q1 at 8:40. Jerry arrived about 10:45. Then a long eze piloted by Steve Beerts and pax Evan, Steve’s young neighbor, that wants to learn to fly! Followed by Bernie Nitz in his Vari Eze, like bees into the pattern. 
It was great. The two eze's were from KDVN the home of EAA Chapter 75. They stayed to have cake, and then went home. Nice of them to fly in to see us.

Sam Kittle arrived at about 11:45. Just in time.
Then we had cake! Paul got Terry Crouch a retirement cake, as he will join the ranks of the retired the end of this month. Congrats!!!

NOW, its time to head south to the Kerr farm to help Anthony. So we all saddled up and made the 20 min trip to the farm.
We got the plane loaded in his trailer in record time, according too ME, then got things strapped, tied, screw, fastened, shrink wrapped, well you get the idea. All was good!

Back to DEH where Anthony parked the trailer overnight, Had some BEERS courtesy of Jerry M, thanks. Had a gentleman by the name of John Baker from Green IA drive in to introduce himself and meet everyone there. Thanks for taking the time John. Then to town for a fine dinner at a sports bar named T Bock’s. Excellent food, good beer, mega laughs, good friends. Must be Miller Time huh Terry? It just doesn't get any better than this!! 

Sunday the low ceilings delayed the departures. However, one by one they all took to the sky homeward bound. Of coarse, Sam was the first to report being home, followed by Paul, and Terry. Jerry head for Terry Haute for a fuel stop. As I am writing this, flight aware has him on the ground in Terra Haute, but no indication he has departed. Time will tell. 

A great weekend of flying friends, new friends, fun hanger flying, good food, laughs, everything a fly in should be!
Some pics attached for those that just can’t get enough.

Thanks to every one that made it, had intensions of making the trip, and the drive in’s as well 
 Good luck Anthony. Keep every one informed.



Kevin Boddicker
TriQ 200 N7868B   550 hrs
Luana, IA.


  PS. the pics are a bit out of order, deal with it!!
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Re: Wishing she was there

Jerry Marstall
 

So sad!. J


On Sun, May 23, 2021, 1:38 PM Jay Scheevel <jay@...> wrote:


Here’s my plane this morning sadly looking towards Iowa and wishing she was there. Hope you all had a great time.
Cheers,
Jay N8WQ 143 hours






Re: JerryM.

 

Forgot to thank Kevin for the photos & update. Sounds like y’all had a great time.

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Keith Welsh" <kw544@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] JerryM.
Date: Sun, 23 May 2021 21:24:23 GMT

Yep, he sent a text that he was at HUF....just after I had left for the day. Was out flyin the Thorp most of the day today. As Jerry may have mentioned I actually had more than one thing going on this weekend and he was very helpful setting up. With the favorable arrival wx conditions at DEH at his arrival time I hated that I missed it but the right choice was made. The wife through her insurance agency is one of many sponsors for the local suicide support group of which over 800 attended. And many thanks to Jerry for his help setting up her tent.
I only mention this to illustrate the quality of people who makeup our Q group.
Thanks again Jerry.
Keith


---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Kevin Boddicker" <trumanst@...>
To: Q List <Q-List@groups.io>
Subject: [Q-List] JerryM.
Date: Sun, 23 May 2021 15:34:56 -0500

It would appear that Jerry M has indeed departed Terra Haute and is headed home.
Kevin




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Re: Spring Fling

Lynn French
 

Thanks for the great update Kevin. Sounds like a great time was had and as usual wish I could have been there. 
LF


On May 23, 2021, at 3:26 PM, Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:

True to the norm, the weather for the Fling was less than stellar. 
Paul Fisher was first to arrive on Friday morning, while the weather window was do-able. Then the rains came. Washed out any more fly in arrivals. We were able to stay entertained with a fine BBQ lunch.

Friday afternoon we had an arrival with an enclosed trailer from New Hampshire!!!
Anthony Parker came out to buy Keith Kerr’s Q2 and take it back to the Granite State.
Our very own Dave Dugas will guide Anthony through the process to get this plane back in the air. 
Pics to follow. He had the engine off by the time we got there, so we helped with the tail removal.

Saturday morning I was awoken by a text from Sam Hoskins at 5:57 AM saying he was starting his engine.
Soon after that Jerry Marstall was on his way from Terra Haute Indiana where he had spent the night with Keith Welch, due to weather concerns at DEH on Friday. Terry Crouch was on his way from KDVN as well. Things were shaping up to be a fly in. 
Not long after we got to the AP, Sam comes whistling in, in “Plastic Explosive”.  The first drive in, a fellow Q1 builder, Charlie Lipke, from the La Crosse WI area introduced himself and we got a bid acquainted. Charlie and Terry have known each other for many years. Followed by Terry in his Q1 at 8:40. Jerry arrived about 10:45. Then a long eze piloted by Steve Beerts and pax Evan, Steve’s young neighbor, that wants to learn to fly! Followed by Bernie Nitz in his Vari Eze, like bees into the pattern. 
It was great. The two eze's were from KDVN the home of EAA Chapter 75. They stayed to have cake, and then went home. Nice of them to fly in to see us.

Sam Kittle arrived at about 11:45. Just in time.
Then we had cake! Paul got Terry Crouch a retirement cake, as he will join the ranks of the retired the end of this month. Congrats!!!

NOW, its time to head south to the Kerr farm to help Anthony. So we all saddled up and made the 20 min trip to the farm.
We got the plane loaded in his trailer in record time, according too ME, then got things strapped, tied, screw, fastened, shrink wrapped, well you get the idea. All was good!

Back to DEH where Anthony parked the trailer overnight, Had some BEERS courtesy of Jerry M, thanks. Had a gentleman by the name of John Baker from Green IA drive in to introduce himself and meet everyone there. Thanks for taking the time John. Then to town for a fine dinner at a sports bar named T Bock’s. Excellent food, good beer, mega laughs, good friends. Must be Miller Time huh Terry? It just doesn't get any better than this!! 

Sunday the low ceilings delayed the departures. However, one by one they all took to the sky homeward bound. Of coarse, Sam was the first to report being home, followed by Paul, and Terry. Jerry head for Terry Haute for a fuel stop. As I am writing this, flight aware has him on the ground in Terra Haute, but no indication he has departed. Time will tell. 

A great weekend of flying friends, new friends, fun hanger flying, good food, laughs, everything a fly in should be!
Some pics attached for those that just can’t get enough.

Thanks to every one that made it, had intensions of making the trip, and the drive in’s as well 
 Good luck Anthony. Keep every one informed.



Kevin Boddicker
TriQ 200 N7868B   550 hrs
Luana, IA.


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Re: JerryM.

 

Yep, he sent a text that he was at HUF....just after I had left for the day. Was out flyin the Thorp most of the day today. As Jerry may have mentioned I actually had more than one thing going on this weekend and he was very helpful setting up. With the favorable arrival wx conditions at DEH at his arrival time I hated that I missed it but the right choice was made. The wife through her insurance agency is one of many sponsors for the local suicide support group of which over 800 attended. And many thanks to Jerry for his help setting up her tent.
I only mention this to illustrate the quality of people who makeup our Q group.
Thanks again Jerry.
Keith

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Kevin Boddicker" <trumanst@...>
To: Q List <Q-List@groups.io>
Subject: [Q-List] JerryM.
Date: Sun, 23 May 2021 15:34:56 -0500

It would appear that Jerry M has indeed departed Terra Haute and is headed home.
Kevin




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Re: Spring Fling

Nathan Peck
 

My oldest boy and I left for the airport to make the trip Saturday morning. Instead of DEH for Q-talk it was Topeka for breakfast.  The weather was sketchy even for that and forecasted sketchy all day for the return leg.  Cake sounded pretty good!  Congrats, Terry.  See you all at KOSH, right?
-Nathan Peck

On Sun, May 23, 2021 at 3:26 PM Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:
True to the norm, the weather for the Fling was less than stellar. 
Paul Fisher was first to arrive on Friday morning, while the weather window was do-able. Then the rains came. Washed out any more fly in arrivals. We were able to stay entertained with a fine BBQ lunch.

Friday afternoon we had an arrival with an enclosed trailer from New Hampshire!!!
Anthony Parker came out to buy Keith Kerr’s Q2 and take it back to the Granite State.
Our very own Dave Dugas will guide Anthony through the process to get this plane back in the air. 
Pics to follow. He had the engine off by the time we got there, so we helped with the tail removal.

Saturday morning I was awoken by a text from Sam Hoskins at 5:57 AM saying he was starting his engine.
Soon after that Jerry Marstall was on his way from Terra Haute Indiana where he had spent the night with Keith Welch, due to weather concerns at DEH on Friday. Terry Crouch was on his way from KDVN as well. Things were shaping up to be a fly in. 
Not long after we got to the AP, Sam comes whistling in, in “Plastic Explosive”.  The first drive in, a fellow Q1 builder, Charlie Lipke, from the La Crosse WI area introduced himself and we got a bid acquainted. Charlie and Terry have known each other for many years. Followed by Terry in his Q1 at 8:40. Jerry arrived about 10:45. Then a long eze piloted by Steve Beerts and pax Evan, Steve’s young neighbor, that wants to learn to fly! Followed by Bernie Nitz in his Vari Eze, like bees into the pattern. 
It was great. The two eze's were from KDVN the home of EAA Chapter 75. They stayed to have cake, and then went home. Nice of them to fly in to see us.

Sam Kittle arrived at about 11:45. Just in time.
Then we had cake! Paul got Terry Crouch a retirement cake, as he will join the ranks of the retired the end of this month. Congrats!!!

NOW, its time to head south to the Kerr farm to help Anthony. So we all saddled up and made the 20 min trip to the farm.
We got the plane loaded in his trailer in record time, according too ME, then got things strapped, tied, screw, fastened, shrink wrapped, well you get the idea. All was good!

Back to DEH where Anthony parked the trailer overnight, Had some BEERS courtesy of Jerry M, thanks. Had a gentleman by the name of John Baker from Green IA drive in to introduce himself and meet everyone there. Thanks for taking the time John. Then to town for a fine dinner at a sports bar named T Bock’s. Excellent food, good beer, mega laughs, good friends. Must be Miller Time huh Terry? It just doesn't get any better than this!! 

Sunday the low ceilings delayed the departures. However, one by one they all took to the sky homeward bound. Of coarse, Sam was the first to report being home, followed by Paul, and Terry. Jerry head for Terry Haute for a fuel stop. As I am writing this, flight aware has him on the ground in Terra Haute, but no indication he has departed. Time will tell. 

A great weekend of flying friends, new friends, fun hanger flying, good food, laughs, everything a fly in should be!
Some pics attached for those that just can’t get enough.

Thanks to every one that made it, had intensions of making the trip, and the drive in’s as well 
 Good luck Anthony. Keep every one informed.



Kevin Boddicker
TriQ 200 N7868B   550 hrs
Luana, IA.


  PS. the pics are a bit out of order, deal with it!!








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JerryM.

Kevin Boddicker
 

It would appear that Jerry M has indeed departed Terra Haute and is headed home.
Kevin


Spring Fling

Kevin Boddicker
 

True to the norm, the weather for the Fling was less than stellar. 
Paul Fisher was first to arrive on Friday morning, while the weather window was do-able. Then the rains came. Washed out any more fly in arrivals. We were able to stay entertained with a fine BBQ lunch.

Friday afternoon we had an arrival with an enclosed trailer from New Hampshire!!!
Anthony Parker came out to buy Keith Kerr’s Q2 and take it back to the Granite State.
Our very own Dave Dugas will guide Anthony through the process to get this plane back in the air. 
Pics to follow. He had the engine off by the time we got there, so we helped with the tail removal.

Saturday morning I was awoken by a text from Sam Hoskins at 5:57 AM saying he was starting his engine.
Soon after that Jerry Marstall was on his way from Terra Haute Indiana where he had spent the night with Keith Welch, due to weather concerns at DEH on Friday. Terry Crouch was on his way from KDVN as well. Things were shaping up to be a fly in. 
Not long after we got to the AP, Sam comes whistling in, in “Plastic Explosive”.  The first drive in, a fellow Q1 builder, Charlie Lipke, from the La Crosse WI area introduced himself and we got a bid acquainted. Charlie and Terry have known each other for many years. Followed by Terry in his Q1 at 8:40. Jerry arrived about 10:45. Then a long eze piloted by Steve Beerts and pax Evan, Steve’s young neighbor, that wants to learn to fly! Followed by Bernie Nitz in his Vari Eze, like bees into the pattern. 
It was great. The two eze's were from KDVN the home of EAA Chapter 75. They stayed to have cake, and then went home. Nice of them to fly in to see us.

Sam Kittle arrived at about 11:45. Just in time.
Then we had cake! Paul got Terry Crouch a retirement cake, as he will join the ranks of the retired the end of this month. Congrats!!!

NOW, its time to head south to the Kerr farm to help Anthony. So we all saddled up and made the 20 min trip to the farm.
We got the plane loaded in his trailer in record time, according too ME, then got things strapped, tied, screw, fastened, shrink wrapped, well you get the idea. All was good!

Back to DEH where Anthony parked the trailer overnight, Had some BEERS courtesy of Jerry M, thanks. Had a gentleman by the name of John Baker from Green IA drive in to introduce himself and meet everyone there. Thanks for taking the time John. Then to town for a fine dinner at a sports bar named T Bock’s. Excellent food, good beer, mega laughs, good friends. Must be Miller Time huh Terry? It just doesn't get any better than this!! 

Sunday the low ceilings delayed the departures. However, one by one they all took to the sky homeward bound. Of coarse, Sam was the first to report being home, followed by Paul, and Terry. Jerry head for Terry Haute for a fuel stop. As I am writing this, flight aware has him on the ground in Terra Haute, but no indication he has departed. Time will tell. 

A great weekend of flying friends, new friends, fun hanger flying, good food, laughs, everything a fly in should be!
Some pics attached for those that just can’t get enough.

Thanks to every one that made it, had intensions of making the trip, and the drive in’s as well 
 Good luck Anthony. Keep every one informed.



Kevin Boddicker
TriQ 200 N7868B   550 hrs
Luana, IA.


  PS. the pics are a bit out of order, deal with it!!








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