Great flying airplanes!

Fisher Paul <FisherPaul@...>

Since 2001 wasn't a good year for aviation, I spent the last day of the
year, exercising our freedom to fly. Other than being cold (18 degrees F),
it was a beautifully clear day with 30-50 miles of visibility. The air was
so smooth, I just didn't want to come down! When I did finally bring it
home, the Hobbes showed 940.0 hours.

For those of you who are still building, you have GOT to get finished.
These airplanes are just too much fun to let them sit on the ground. Stop
trying to re-design them. Bob and Jim have given you the keys to getting a
good flying airplane. Once you have it flying you can change it as much as
you want - but I'm willing to bet that once you have it flying, you won't
want to ground it long enough to make too many changes!

Happy New Year Everyone!

Paul A. Fisher
Q-200, N17PF ~940 hours


I agree, get the plane finished and flying and all those little changes you
think you need won't seem so important. I have been planning to do some wing
tip mods and repaint my plane for over two years now and haven't been able to
force myself to take the plane out of service to do the work. I just keep
flying the darn thing. Were else can you fly a plane with so much performance
for so little.
Allan N59RJ