Flying a PA28-181, N81260. Currently visiting Beth's cousin in San Bernardino, now it is firming up for us to fly north Monday am. We are planning to get a car, see Yosemite NP, and visit with another friend in the area too. Any recommendations on rental car companies and local lodging are welcomed.
We are on a big tour of the west, and expect to be in Fresno Sunday or Monday and stay a couple days. Can we meet face to face, visit your shop etc?
Hi! It does seem a bit out of place but do you know why Orion is inactive since last year?
Up to my eyeballs in paperwork and planning for work. After the better part of six months not doing anything but writing policy and procedure manuals, etc I think I can finally start to return to fun things again.
I'd love to come take a look at your starduster too project, im down @ HJO, im in fresno often
I saw you commented on a Eaglet in the past. I have come across a American Eaglet that was partially built. I would say fair condition being it has sat in a garage for 20 plus years. Trying to help a really great guy in a tough situation by helping him sell it quick. It is all there except for the prop. Any extra info would be great. Trying to figure out what to sell it for and where is the best place to get the quickest result. Great site and easy to navigate.
Yes it a 1963 sa6b with continental a75-9 electric start. Yes it is mine. ibrought it home in june. Runs , flys well and in great condition. In annual now. check out this link scroll down to the rest of my bug pics
Glad you are back , hope everything is ok, I even created this thread but as you can see nobody knew anything.
What share sight...pray tell....did you get the Cassutt plans at? How is that pronounced anyway? I know it sure looks as if I spelled it wrong.
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A flabob pilot lost power and got sideways on some furrows in the cow pasture, flipped over, and broke his nose. About that time, a Cherokee hit the high tension line at Colton. About 1978. Bert and Barthene Johnson sold the planes (C-150 $3,000!), and closed the air park shortly thereafter. Were ultralights invented by then? Did it reopen after I went back to Texas?