Regular readers here are probably starting to Jones for a fix, so here you go. We’re pretty close to finishing up our post-40-hour fixes (pitch trim has been adjusted, the pitch servo and autopilot controller are reinstalled, the doorseals are in but not tested, the air/oil separator is 80% installed, the rudders need readjusting, and the alternate air door needs to be tested). But, we need to packup and get ready to leave Saturday for our Labor Day retreat to the Garden State. I really wanted to fly this one. It would probably have worked out fine. But flying 435 nautical miles from I68 to KWWD without checking the systems thoroughly is a fool’s errand, especially in light of recent events. So, we’ll occupy ourselves, probably with a visit to the great white north, and then our Debutante’s Ball will be Rough River.

Posted By: Brett Ferrell
Thursday August 28th, 2008 at 8:15 PM

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