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Re: Q2 Air foil

Paul Buckley
 

The GU
canard could not support the additional weight of the heaver engine
on he ground without sagging. So, enter he LS1 canard with a tubular,
carbon fibre spar to support the weight and not be susceptible to
contamination.
As has been pointed out, the GU canard is well able to support the weight of a heavier engine without sagging, as it is good for 30g.
However, it was the lack of sufficient elevator authority, combined with the heavier engine, with the GU that was the reason for the move to the LS1.
I believe that the contamination problem solved by the LS1 was a bonus.....simply co-incidental.

What is the weight of the 100hp Rev?

Paul Buckley
Cheshire, England.

Tri-Q200
Still building.................................


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From: Joseph M Snow
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Sunday, March 18, 2007 4:05 PM
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Q2 Air foil


Larry,

Thanks for the imput regarding the GU airfoil. However, Eric wanted the Q2 in the conventional gear configuration along with 100 hp.

Joseph

larry severson <larry2@...> wrote:
Reference to the below:
If the plane is a triQ, the GU canard will support any weight the
engine can lift. The weakness of the GU canard vs the LS1 only has
impact on bounced landings WITH tip gear. On the QAC specs, the GU
canard will withstand 30 Gs at 1000 lbs. The triQ will never face
this kind of stress on the canard with a live pilot even if the plane
were flown at a gross weight of 2000 lbs.

At 05:35 PM 3/17/2007, you wrote:

>Hello Joseph, Thanks for the tip, I still havent heard anything more
>out of them about the TriQ over there. She was going to let me know
>if it was GU or LS1 but still nothing and I still havent sent them
>an offer for it but have found one that is complete less engine and
>paint for $5000.00 Which is not bad considering all the work and
>expense that went into it. So I dont know what to offfer them. Im
>kinda resigned to the fact that it's probably a GU though. Did you
>ever come up with what you thought would be a good offer?
>
>Joseph M Snow
><<mailto:1flashq%40ameritech.net>1flashq@...> wrote: Eric,
>
>I am not an aeronautical engineer. What I have heard:
>
>The GU is laminar flow. It has low drag characteristics. It is very
>efficient. The only problem encountered with it was contamination ,
>e.g. water, bugs, interupped the laminar flow causing loss of lift.
>Vortex generators corrected this problem keeping the airflow intact.
>And the vorex generaors did not impose an efficiency penalty. There
>are numerous Q2 flying with the original GU just fine. However, he
>GU is paired with VW engines. With two people (170 lbs+), baggage,
>and full fuel, performance on take off was marginal. Quickie
>Aircraft Corp decided to correct the airfoil contamination problem
>and the marginal performance by going to the O-200 engine. The GU
>canard could not support the addiional weight of the heaver engine
>on he ground withou sagging. So, enter he LS1 canard with a tubular,
>carbon fiber spar to support the weight and not be susceptable to
>contamination. Yet, all airfoils are compromises. The LS1 is not as
>efficient as the GU; it was more
>draggy. The additional horsepower of the O-200 made this fact not as
>noticable.
>
>Here is an idea. Remove the canard from the Painsville airframe. Cut
>the canard at BL
>00, rebuild it with anhedral and wheels. Change the cockpit to a
>single seat version, add fuel to the side consoles or behind the
>pilot. Get the new Revmaster 100 hp. And you have a single seat
>screamer. Just add vortex generators
>
>Joseph
>
>eric kelsheimer <<mailto:ekelsheimer%40yahoo.com>ekelsheimer@...> wrote:
>Is the LS1 canard and wing air foil so much better that its worth
>rebuilding the Canard and wing.? Thanks for the reply
>
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Re: Q2 Air foil

Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...>
 

Larry,

Thanks for the imput regarding the GU airfoil. However, Eric wanted the Q2 in the conventional gear configuration along with 100 hp.

Joseph

larry severson <larry2@...> wrote:
Reference to the below:
If the plane is a triQ, the GU canard will support any weight the
engine can lift. The weakness of the GU canard vs the LS1 only has
impact on bounced landings WITH tip gear. On the QAC specs, the GU
canard will withstand 30 Gs at 1000 lbs. The triQ will never face
this kind of stress on the canard with a live pilot even if the plane
were flown at a gross weight of 2000 lbs.

At 05:35 PM 3/17/2007, you wrote:

Hello Joseph, Thanks for the tip, I still havent heard anything more
out of them about the TriQ over there. She was going to let me know
if it was GU or LS1 but still nothing and I still havent sent them
an offer for it but have found one that is complete less engine and
paint for $5000.00 Which is not bad considering all the work and
expense that went into it. So I dont know what to offfer them. Im
kinda resigned to the fact that it's probably a GU though. Did you
ever come up with what you thought would be a good offer?

Joseph M Snow
<<mailto:1flashq%40ameritech.net>1flashq@...> wrote: Eric,

I am not an aeronautical engineer. What I have heard:

The GU is laminar flow. It has low drag characteristics. It is very
efficient. The only problem encountered with it was contamination ,
e.g. water, bugs, interupped the laminar flow causing loss of lift.
Vortex generators corrected this problem keeping the airflow intact.
And the vorex generaors did not impose an efficiency penalty. There
are numerous Q2 flying with the original GU just fine. However, he
GU is paired with VW engines. With two people (170 lbs+), baggage,
and full fuel, performance on take off was marginal. Quickie
Aircraft Corp decided to correct the airfoil contamination problem
and the marginal performance by going to the O-200 engine. The GU
canard could not support the addiional weight of the heaver engine
on he ground withou sagging. So, enter he LS1 canard with a tubular,
carbon fiber spar to support the weight and not be susceptable to
contamination. Yet, all airfoils are compromises. The LS1 is not as
efficient as the GU; it was more
draggy. The additional horsepower of the O-200 made this fact not as
noticable.

Here is an idea. Remove the canard from the Painsville airframe. Cut
the canard at BL
00, rebuild it with anhedral and wheels. Change the cockpit to a
single seat version, add fuel to the side consoles or behind the
pilot. Get the new Revmaster 100 hp. And you have a single seat
screamer. Just add vortex generators

Joseph

eric kelsheimer <<mailto:ekelsheimer%40yahoo.com>ekelsheimer@...> wrote:
Is the LS1 canard and wing air foil so much better that its worth
rebuilding the Canard and wing.? Thanks for the reply

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white and blue foam, Germany

Sebastian Harren <s_harren@...>
 

I was trying to get some foam over here in Germany and since we don't have Aircraft Spruce I was looking for the specs for blue and white foam. I did find dow chemicals in Germany for the blue foam but I am still not sure what the white foam is called and where to get it over here. I was thinking about the glider places but I wanted to double check specs before I went out to buy some. Foam at a sale plane shop over here seems to be pretty expensive. Thanks in advance
Sebastian
Braunschweig, Germany
Q200 - still building

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Re: Q2 Air foil

Larry Severson
 

Reference to the below:
If the plane is a triQ, the GU canard will support any weight the
engine can lift. The weakness of the GU canard vs the LS1 only has
impact on bounced landings WITH tip gear. On the QAC specs, the GU
canard will withstand 30 Gs at 1000 lbs. The triQ will never face
this kind of stress on the canard with a live pilot even if the plane
were flown at a gross weight of 2000 lbs.

At 05:35 PM 3/17/2007, you wrote:

Hello Joseph, Thanks for the tip, I still havent heard anything more
out of them about the TriQ over there. She was going to let me know
if it was GU or LS1 but still nothing and I still havent sent them
an offer for it but have found one that is complete less engine and
paint for $5000.00 Which is not bad considering all the work and
expense that went into it. So I dont know what to offfer them. Im
kinda resigned to the fact that it's probably a GU though. Did you
ever come up with what you thought would be a good offer?

Joseph M Snow
<<mailto:1flashq%40ameritech.net>1flashq@...> wrote: Eric,

I am not an aeronautical engineer. What I have heard:

The GU is laminar flow. It has low drag characteristics. It is very
efficient. The only problem encountered with it was contamination ,
e.g. water, bugs, interupped the laminar flow causing loss of lift.
Vortex generators corrected this problem keeping the airflow intact.
And the vorex generaors did not impose an efficiency penalty. There
are numerous Q2 flying with the original GU just fine. However, he
GU is paired with VW engines. With two people (170 lbs+), baggage,
and full fuel, performance on take off was marginal. Quickie
Aircraft Corp decided to correct the airfoil contamination problem
and the marginal performance by going to the O-200 engine. The GU
canard could not support the addiional weight of the heaver engine
on he ground withou sagging. So, enter he LS1 canard with a tubular,
carbon fiber spar to support the weight and not be susceptable to
contamination. Yet, all airfoils are compromises. The LS1 is not as
efficient as the GU; it was more
draggy. The additional horsepower of the O-200 made this fact not as
noticable.

Here is an idea. Remove the canard from the Painsville airframe. Cut
the canard at BL
00, rebuild it with anhedral and wheels. Change the cockpit to a
single seat version, add fuel to the side consoles or behind the
pilot. Get the new Revmaster 100 hp. And you have a single seat
screamer. Just add vortex generators

Joseph

eric kelsheimer <<mailto:ekelsheimer%40yahoo.com>ekelsheimer@...> wrote:
Is the LS1 canard and wing air foil so much better that its worth
rebuilding the Canard and wing.? Thanks for the reply

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Re: Q2 Air foil

Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...>
 

Eric,

I want to throw in another disclaimer. I have flown in an Q2 with a GU canard. While I have been a passenger in several Q200's, I cannot say I have been PIC in one. My previous comments are based upon what I have heard and read about he two airfoils. I hope some of the other Q-list people with acual experience will respond, perhaps after his weekend.

Again, I have no idea what to offer. I finally found an early price for a Q2 kit. In the October, 1980 newsletter, the special introductory price was $8995 (if you bought all three packages together). That was a conventional gear Q2. There would be some additional costs for the landing gear components of the Tri-Q. I am still looking for LS1 costs.
Joseph

eric kelsheimer <ekelsheimer@...> wrote:
Hello Joseph, Thanks for the tip, I still havent heard anything more out of them about the TriQ over there. She was going to let me know if it was GU or LS1 but still nothing and I still havent sent them an offer for it but have found one that is complete less engine and paint for $5000.00 Which is not bad considering all the work and expense that went into it. So I dont know what to offfer them. Im kinda resigned to the fact that it's probably a GU though. Did you ever come up with what you thought would be a good offer?

Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...> wrote: Eric,

I am not an aeronautical engineer. What I have heard:

The GU is laminar flow. It has low drag characteristics. It is very efficient. The only problem encountered with it was contamination , e.g. water, bugs, interupped the laminar flow causing loss of lift. Vortex generators corrected this problem keeping the airflow intact. And the vorex generaors did not impose an efficiency penalty. There are numerous Q2 flying with the original GU just fine. However, he GU is paired with VW engines. With two people (170 lbs+), baggage, and full fuel, performance on take off was marginal. Quickie Aircraft Corp decided to correct the airfoil contamination problem and the marginal performance by going to the O-200 engine. The GU canard could not support the addiional weight of the heaver engine on he ground withou sagging. So, enter he LS1 canard with a tubular, carbon fiber spar to support the weight and not be susceptable to contamination. Yet, all airfoils are compromises. The LS1 is not as efficient as the GU; it was more
draggy. The additional horsepower of the O-200 made this fact not as noticable.

Here is an idea. Remove the canard from the Painsville airframe. Cut the canard at BL
00, rebuild it with anhedral and wheels. Change the cockpit to a single seat version, add fuel to the side consoles or behind the pilot. Get the new Revmaster 100 hp. And you have a single seat screamer. Just add vortex generators

Joseph

eric kelsheimer <ekelsheimer@...> wrote:
Is the LS1 canard and wing air foil so much better that its worth rebuilding the Canard and wing.? Thanks for the reply

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Re: Q2 Air foil

eric kelsheimer <ekelsheimer@...>
 

Hello Joseph, Thanks for the tip, I still havent heard anything more out of them about the TriQ over there. She was going to let me know if it was GU or LS1 but still nothing and I still havent sent them an offer for it but have found one that is complete less engine and paint for $5000.00 Which is not bad considering all the work and expense that went into it. So I dont know what to offfer them. Im kinda resigned to the fact that it's probably a GU though. Did you ever come up with what you thought would be a good offer?

Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...> wrote: Eric,

I am not an aeronautical engineer. What I have heard:

The GU is laminar flow. It has low drag characteristics. It is very efficient. The only problem encountered with it was contamination , e.g. water, bugs, interupped the laminar flow causing loss of lift. Vortex generators corrected this problem keeping the airflow intact. And the vorex generaors did not impose an efficiency penalty. There are numerous Q2 flying with the original GU just fine. However, he GU is paired with VW engines. With two people (170 lbs+), baggage, and full fuel, performance on take off was marginal. Quickie Aircraft Corp decided to correct the airfoil contamination problem and the marginal performance by going to the O-200 engine. The GU canard could not support the addiional weight of the heaver engine on he ground withou sagging. So, enter he LS1 canard with a tubular, carbon fiber spar to support the weight and not be susceptable to contamination. Yet, all airfoils are compromises. The LS1 is not as efficient as the GU; it was more
draggy. The additional horsepower of the O-200 made this fact not as noticable.

Here is an idea. Remove the canard from the Painsville airframe. Cut the canard at BL
00, rebuild it with anhedral and wheels. Change the cockpit to a single seat version, add fuel to the side consoles or behind the pilot. Get the new Revmaster 100 hp. And you have a single seat screamer. Just add vortex generators

Joseph

eric kelsheimer <ekelsheimer@...> wrote:
Is the LS1 canard and wing air foil so much better that its worth rebuilding the Canard and wing.? Thanks for the reply

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Re: Q2 Air foil

Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...>
 

Eric,

I am not an aeronautical engineer. What I have heard:

The GU is laminar flow. It has low drag characteristics. It is very efficient. The only problem encountered with it was contamination , e.g. water, bugs, interupped the laminar flow causing loss of lift. Vortex generators corrected this problem keeping the airflow intact. And the vorex generaors did not impose an efficiency penalty. There are numerous Q2 flying with the original GU just fine. However, he GU is paired with VW engines. With two people (170 lbs+), baggage, and full fuel, performance on take off was marginal. Quickie Aircraft Corp decided to correct the airfoil contamination problem and the marginal performance by going to the O-200 engine. The GU canard could not support the addiional weight of the heaver engine on he ground withou sagging. So, enter he LS1 canard with a tubular, carbon fiber spar to support the weight and not be susceptable to contamination. Yet, all airfoils are compromises. The LS1 is not as efficient as the GU; it was more
draggy. The additional horsepower of the O-200 made this fact not as noticable.

Here is an idea. Remove the canard from the Painsville airframe. Cut the canard at BL
00, rebuild it with anhedral and wheels. Change the cockpit to a single seat version, add fuel to the side consoles or behind the pilot. Get the new Revmaster 100 hp. And you have a single seat screamer. Just add vortex generators

Joseph

eric kelsheimer <ekelsheimer@...> wrote:
Is the LS1 canard and wing air foil so much better that its worth rebuilding the Canard and wing.? Thanks for the reply

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Q2 Air foil

eric kelsheimer <ekelsheimer@...>
 

Is the LS1 canard and wing air foil so much better that its worth rebuilding the Canard and wing.? Thanks for the reply

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Re: David Richardson's Obituary

Dr. Charley Rodriguez
 

Dear Jerry,

Thanks for sharing this wonderful tribute to Dave.

CeeRod

Jerry Marstall wrote:

There is a slide show journaling David's life on website
www.redmonfh.yourtribute.com/davidrichardson. It is very nice.
You may also sign the guestbook. It also has a link to the obituary in
the newspaper.


Re: David Richardson's Obituary

Darrell Daniels <log@...>
 

Thank you for posting this Jerry. Darrell Daniels

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jerry Marstall" <jnmarstall@...>
To: <Q-LIST@...>
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2007 8:59 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] David Richardson's Obituary


There is a slide show journaling David's life on website www.redmonfh.yourtribute.com/davidrichardson. It is very nice.
You may also sign the guestbook. It also has a link to the obituary in the newspaper.
Quickie Builders Association WEB site
http://www.quickiebuilders.org
Yahoo! Groups Links


David Richardson's Obituary

Jerry Marstall <jnmarstall@...>
 

There is a slide show journaling David's life on website www.redmonfh.yourtribute.com/davidrichardson. It is very nice.
You may also sign the guestbook. It also has a link to the obituary in the newspaper.


Re: Spring Fly In

Deems Herring
 

It was part of the Louisiana Purchase. That puts it near Baton Rouge, doesn't it?


Deems Herring

----- Original Message ----
From: John Loram <johnl@...>
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2007 7:39:30 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Spring Fly In

HEY! Bite your tongue!
-john- Ashland Oregon


Where is Iowa? Is that part of the northwest territory? :-)

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Re: Spring Fly In

John Loram <johnl@...>
 

HEY! Bite your tongue!
-john- Ashland Oregon


Where is Iowa? Is that part of the northwest territory? :-)

Earnest


Re: Spring Fly In

kr2flyer1986
 

What a great deal. Only a hundred miles from home.See ya all then.
Bob Clark
Ankeny IA

Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:
Thats It!!!
Kevin
On Mar 15, 2007, at 10:05 AM, Tri-Q1 wrote:


Kevin, Is this the airport?

http://airnav.com/airport/KIOW <http://airnav.com/airport/KIOW>

Ryan
--- In Q-LIST@..., Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:


Guys and Gals,
I know that we are all reeling from Dave's passing this week and
Bob's accident and passing last week. We need to thank God for
having
known them, and pray that their spirit lives on in all of us.

It is time to announce this years spring fly in.
When: May 18-19-20
Where: Iowa City, Iowa
Why: FUN
Last fall there was a lot of talk about moving the Field of Dreams.
With much discussion, it was decided to leave that in Spud's hands,
and look to the spring event.
Greg Zimmerman, Paul Fisher, Terry Crouch, Jeff Letempt, and myself
got together and looked at having this years event in Iowa City, IA.
It has come about!
The airport has an old hanger that, United used to own, that is ours
for the using. Greg has informed me there will be an area for
camping. He is looking into having a new casino pick us up and take
us to their buffet, and return us.

Also there is an aviation theme motel less than half a mile from the
field. The owners are our kind of people. We toured the motel last
fall and were very impressed.
It takes half an hour to walk down the hall, for looking at the
pictures.
The motel's phone number is 319-337-8665, their web site is
www.alexisparkinn.com
I am not sure of the room rates, but they did say they would give
the
group a discount, and allow cancelations, due to weather, until the
last minute. Jay Honek the owner of the Alexis Park Inn has a new
big
screen super computer flight simulator he would like us to try out
also.

The event will be laid back and easy going. Much flying if the
weather cooperates.
I am sure there will be questions, and we will have more info as
things become more concrete. Paul has dubbed ME the communications
director, so don't expect much.8>))

For all of you new to the group, those looking to see a Q for the
first time, those looking for a first ride, those getting close to
flying and looking to get some stick time. THIS is your chance.
Don't
miss out.

So get it on your calendar!!


Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 46.5 hours
Luana, IA.

P.S. Doug and Pat, could you please include this in the "upcoming
events" in the next newsletter? Not everyone monitors this list.
Thanks.















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Re: Spring Fly In

MartinErni@...
 

In a message dated 3/14/2007 8:57:28 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
trumanst@... writes:

Where: Iowa City, Iowa



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Re: Spring Fly In

Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...>
 

Thats It!!!
Kevin

On Mar 15, 2007, at 10:05 AM, Tri-Q1 wrote:


Kevin, Is this the airport?

http://airnav.com/airport/KIOW <http://airnav.com/airport/KIOW>

Ryan
--- In Q-LIST@..., Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:


Guys and Gals,
I know that we are all reeling from Dave's passing this week and
Bob's accident and passing last week. We need to thank God for
having
known them, and pray that their spirit lives on in all of us.

It is time to announce this years spring fly in.
When: May 18-19-20
Where: Iowa City, Iowa
Why: FUN
Last fall there was a lot of talk about moving the Field of Dreams.
With much discussion, it was decided to leave that in Spud's hands,
and look to the spring event.
Greg Zimmerman, Paul Fisher, Terry Crouch, Jeff Letempt, and myself
got together and looked at having this years event in Iowa City, IA.
It has come about!
The airport has an old hanger that, United used to own, that is ours
for the using. Greg has informed me there will be an area for
camping. He is looking into having a new casino pick us up and take
us to their buffet, and return us.

Also there is an aviation theme motel less than half a mile from the
field. The owners are our kind of people. We toured the motel last
fall and were very impressed.
It takes half an hour to walk down the hall, for looking at the
pictures.
The motel's phone number is 319-337-8665, their web site is
www.alexisparkinn.com
I am not sure of the room rates, but they did say they would give
the
group a discount, and allow cancelations, due to weather, until the
last minute. Jay Honek the owner of the Alexis Park Inn has a new
big
screen super computer flight simulator he would like us to try out
also.

The event will be laid back and easy going. Much flying if the
weather cooperates.
I am sure there will be questions, and we will have more info as
things become more concrete. Paul has dubbed ME the communications
director, so don't expect much.8>))

For all of you new to the group, those looking to see a Q for the
first time, those looking for a first ride, those getting close to
flying and looking to get some stick time. THIS is your chance.
Don't
miss out.

So get it on your calendar!!


Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 46.5 hours
Luana, IA.

P.S. Doug and Pat, could you please include this in the "upcoming
events" in the next newsletter? Not everyone monitors this list.
Thanks.









Re: Spring Fly In (UNCLASSIFIED)

Letempt, Jeffrey MR <jeffrey.letempt@...>
 

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Caveats: NONE

That's the airport.

Jeff
<mailto:jeffrey.letempt@...>

_____

From: Q-LIST@... [mailto:Q-LIST@...] On Behalf Of
Tri-Q1
Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2007 10:05 AM
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Spring Fly In




Kevin, Is this the airport?

http://airnav. <http://airnav.com/airport/KIOW> com/airport/KIOW
<http://airnav. <http://airnav.com/airport/KIOW> com/airport/KIOW>

Ryan
--- In Q-LIST@yahoogroups. <mailto:Q-LIST%40yahoogroups.com> com, Kevin
Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:


Guys and Gals,
I know that we are all reeling from Dave's passing this week and
Bob's accident and passing last week. We need to thank God for having
known them, and pray that their spirit lives on in all of us.

It is time to announce this years spring fly in.
When: May 18-19-20
Where: Iowa City, Iowa
Why: FUN
Last fall there was a lot of talk about moving the Field of Dreams.
With much discussion, it was decided to leave that in Spud's hands,
and look to the spring event.
Greg Zimmerman, Paul Fisher, Terry Crouch, Jeff Letempt, and myself
got together and looked at having this years event in Iowa City, IA.
It has come about!
The airport has an old hanger that, United used to own, that is ours
for the using. Greg has informed me there will be an area for
camping. He is looking into having a new casino pick us up and take
us to their buffet, and return us.

Also there is an aviation theme motel less than half a mile from the
field. The owners are our kind of people. We toured the motel last
fall and were very impressed.
It takes half an hour to walk down the hall, for looking at the
pictures.
The motel's phone number is 319-337-8665, their web site is
www.alexisparkinn.com
I am not sure of the room rates, but they did say they would give the
group a discount, and allow cancelations, due to weather, until the
last minute. Jay Honek the owner of the Alexis Park Inn has a new big
screen super computer flight simulator he would like us to try out
also.

The event will be laid back and easy going. Much flying if the
weather cooperates.
I am sure there will be questions, and we will have more info as
things become more concrete. Paul has dubbed ME the communications
director, so don't expect much.8>))

For all of you new to the group, those looking to see a Q for the
first time, those looking for a first ride, those getting close to
flying and looking to get some stick time. THIS is your chance. Don't
miss out.

So get it on your calendar!!


Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 46.5 hours
Luana, IA.

P.S. Doug and Pat, could you please include this in the "upcoming
events" in the next newsletter? Not everyone monitors this list.
Thanks.











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Caveats: NONE


Re: Spring Fly In

Tri-Q1 <rryan@...>
 

Kevin, Is this the airport?

http://airnav.com/airport/KIOW <http://airnav.com/airport/KIOW>

Ryan
--- In Q-LIST@..., Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:


Guys and Gals,
I know that we are all reeling from Dave's passing this week and
Bob's accident and passing last week. We need to thank God for having
known them, and pray that their spirit lives on in all of us.

It is time to announce this years spring fly in.
When: May 18-19-20
Where: Iowa City, Iowa
Why: FUN
Last fall there was a lot of talk about moving the Field of Dreams.
With much discussion, it was decided to leave that in Spud's hands,
and look to the spring event.
Greg Zimmerman, Paul Fisher, Terry Crouch, Jeff Letempt, and myself
got together and looked at having this years event in Iowa City, IA.
It has come about!
The airport has an old hanger that, United used to own, that is ours
for the using. Greg has informed me there will be an area for
camping. He is looking into having a new casino pick us up and take
us to their buffet, and return us.

Also there is an aviation theme motel less than half a mile from the
field. The owners are our kind of people. We toured the motel last
fall and were very impressed.
It takes half an hour to walk down the hall, for looking at the
pictures.
The motel's phone number is 319-337-8665, their web site is
www.alexisparkinn.com
I am not sure of the room rates, but they did say they would give the
group a discount, and allow cancelations, due to weather, until the
last minute. Jay Honek the owner of the Alexis Park Inn has a new big
screen super computer flight simulator he would like us to try out
also.

The event will be laid back and easy going. Much flying if the
weather cooperates.
I am sure there will be questions, and we will have more info as
things become more concrete. Paul has dubbed ME the communications
director, so don't expect much.8>))

For all of you new to the group, those looking to see a Q for the
first time, those looking for a first ride, those getting close to
flying and looking to get some stick time. THIS is your chance. Don't
miss out.

So get it on your calendar!!


Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 46.5 hours
Luana, IA.

P.S. Doug and Pat, could you please include this in the "upcoming
events" in the next newsletter? Not everyone monitors this list.
Thanks.






Re: Spring Fly In

Doug Humble <hawkidoug@...>
 

We'll do Kevin.

Doug "Hawkeye" Humble
A Sign Above www.asignabove.net
Omaha NE
N25974

----- Original Message -----
From: Kevin Boddicker
To: Q-LIST
Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2007 7:57 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Spring Fly In



Guys and Gals,
I know that we are all reeling from Dave's passing this week and
Bob's accident and passing last week. We need to thank God for having
known them, and pray that their spirit lives on in all of us.

It is time to announce this years spring fly in.
When: May 18-19-20
Where: Iowa City, Iowa
Why: FUN
Last fall there was a lot of talk about moving the Field of Dreams.
With much discussion, it was decided to leave that in Spud's hands,
and look to the spring event.
Greg Zimmerman, Paul Fisher, Terry Crouch, Jeff Letempt, and myself
got together and looked at having this years event in Iowa City, IA.
It has come about!
The airport has an old hanger that, United used to own, that is ours
for the using. Greg has informed me there will be an area for
camping. He is looking into having a new casino pick us up and take
us to their buffet, and return us.

Also there is an aviation theme motel less than half a mile from the
field. The owners are our kind of people. We toured the motel last
fall and were very impressed.
It takes half an hour to walk down the hall, for looking at the
pictures.
The motel's phone number is 319-337-8665, their web site is
www.alexisparkinn.com
I am not sure of the room rates, but they did say they would give the
group a discount, and allow cancelations, due to weather, until the
last minute. Jay Honek the owner of the Alexis Park Inn has a new big
screen super computer flight simulator he would like us to try out also.

The event will be laid back and easy going. Much flying if the
weather cooperates.
I am sure there will be questions, and we will have more info as
things become more concrete. Paul has dubbed ME the communications
director, so don't expect much.8>))

For all of you new to the group, those looking to see a Q for the
first time, those looking for a first ride, those getting close to
flying and looking to get some stick time. THIS is your chance. Don't
miss out.

So get it on your calendar!!

Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 46.5 hours
Luana, IA.

P.S. Doug and Pat, could you please include this in the "upcoming
events" in the next newsletter? Not everyone monitors this list. Thanks.


Spring Fly In

Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...>
 

Guys and Gals,
I know that we are all reeling from Dave's passing this week and
Bob's accident and passing last week. We need to thank God for having
known them, and pray that their spirit lives on in all of us.

It is time to announce this years spring fly in.
When: May 18-19-20
Where: Iowa City, Iowa
Why: FUN
Last fall there was a lot of talk about moving the Field of Dreams.
With much discussion, it was decided to leave that in Spud's hands,
and look to the spring event.
Greg Zimmerman, Paul Fisher, Terry Crouch, Jeff Letempt, and myself
got together and looked at having this years event in Iowa City, IA.
It has come about!
The airport has an old hanger that, United used to own, that is ours
for the using. Greg has informed me there will be an area for
camping. He is looking into having a new casino pick us up and take
us to their buffet, and return us.

Also there is an aviation theme motel less than half a mile from the
field. The owners are our kind of people. We toured the motel last
fall and were very impressed.
It takes half an hour to walk down the hall, for looking at the
pictures.
The motel's phone number is 319-337-8665, their web site is
www.alexisparkinn.com
I am not sure of the room rates, but they did say they would give the
group a discount, and allow cancelations, due to weather, until the
last minute. Jay Honek the owner of the Alexis Park Inn has a new big
screen super computer flight simulator he would like us to try out also.

The event will be laid back and easy going. Much flying if the
weather cooperates.
I am sure there will be questions, and we will have more info as
things become more concrete. Paul has dubbed ME the communications
director, so don't expect much.8>))

For all of you new to the group, those looking to see a Q for the
first time, those looking for a first ride, those getting close to
flying and looking to get some stick time. THIS is your chance. Don't
miss out.

So get it on your calendar!!


Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 46.5 hours
Luana, IA.

P.S. Doug and Pat, could you please include this in the "upcoming
events" in the next newsletter? Not everyone monitors this list. Thanks.