- Jun 7, 2020
Does anyone know if the residence hall rooms without air conditioning have a window that can be opened?
I actually have a small portable rolling AC unit that I use when working in areas that are enclosed. The window is key for getting rid of the hot exhaust air. I put in my application for a dorm room, and we'll see how it goes. I'm not a great hot weather guy!Before the AC, you could have made a killing on fan rental. Windows open, cool air outside, and so stagnant that not one bit would waft in. No room for a fan in the plane baggage. That was the last time I was in the dorms. I think the next year was the first that had AC option.
Start here EAA AirVenture Schedule of Events | EAA AirVenture OshkoshReservation confirmed! Now to solidify my plans for what to focus on at the show. Any must see speakers/forums announced yet?
I'm from South Carolina and in 2011 got sun poisoning at A/V, go figure. Also, on the point of a two seat airplane, we are planning on flying the Cessna 150 to A/V, a 9 + hr trip. I'm trying to get the weight figured out with tents and such. One tent weighs 3.6 lbs, and one is 9 lbs and that's not acceptable so I'm looking for another light weight tent and I don't want to spend $200 on a backpacking tent. It's going to be slim pickins for baggage !A hot day at Oshkosh is like air conditioning down in the South.
No room during the times I went and stayed in the dorm. I got two bags , owner of the plane had two. I started driving and tent camping after that because his tent was in my seat in his plane. You can only carry so much in a two seat plane. Four hours was a nice ride; eleven by car.
I have an older Igloo pop up that is only 3.6 lbs also and am ordering another for my flying buddy. I will be packing my clothes in a styrofoam cooler and when we get there, we can use the cooler for beer, and food of course.I ordered a 3.6 pound tent at Walmart.com with free shipping to store for $22.
Beer has nutritional value so the cooler is for "Food"," just sayen for a friend"I have an older Igloo pop up that is only 3.6 lbs also and am ordering another for my flying buddy. I will be packing my clothes in a styrofoam cooler and when we get there, we can use the cooler for beer, and food of course.
Thanks for the views, first time I've seen it this way.
Thanks for posting that. Even though it was published last September, I left a comment on the site about how much I enjoyed reading it, and the place homebuilt airplanes occupies in my life.