Less and Less time for the Garaggio…

More and more time studying and preparing to leave for a few weeks of Airbus training. I also had a bunch of things to do for the AirVenture Cup today, so I didn’t get to the Garaggio until Greg was able to come over in the afternoon. Having people come over to work with meContinue reading “Less and Less time for the Garaggio…”

Study Breaks

Today’s early morning time in the Garaggio was spent doing some welding with Vic. He brought some keggle (brewing equipment) parts he wanted me to weld, so I obliged and burned some metal. Vic is still working on learning TIG welding so that he can build a brew sculpture. Basically this is a rig to make theContinue reading “Study Breaks”

A few baby steps

Not a lot to report from today’s Garaggio session. We spent a what seemed like a full in the workshop today and don’t seem to have a lot to show for it. Jon and I started by cleaning up yesterday’s layup. The layup turned out very well, and the canard actually fits better than it hasContinue reading “A few baby steps”

What do you have here, an Airplane?

Today was one of those days that the airplane made a transformation before my eyes. Well before my eyes, Jon, and Greg’s. That’s right, all three of us in the workshop today. It was quite fun! We started by sanding. Jon started by finishing prep sanding the top of the left wing. While he wasContinue reading “What do you have here, an Airplane?”

Its been a while…

Well, it has been a while since I have posted on my blog. Rest assured that there have been things happening in the Garaggio for the last month and a half, I just haven’t kept up with the blog. So the textual detail will be somewhat sparse, but in a few posts I would likeContinue reading “Its been a while…”