I just moved my fuselage and wings to a hangar (Lake St. John Airport near Orillia). It was an exciting weekend. I am moving to an airport now as I have to prepare for pre-closing inspection, so I need space to spread out all of the parts for the inspector. I probably could do this at home since the snow is finally gone, but I think it will be good to be around other pilots and mechanics now, instead of alone in my garage. Then I will finish the electronics and do the final assembly. Still a fair bit to do - especially when you only get a few hours per week, but if things click I will be able to fly it late this summer or fall.
I thought that I had responded to your friend request earlier, but looking at my wall today I found that I had not.
You mentioned that building is more fun than you expected. Too true. The quiet time in the garage or hangar is really relaxing and enjoyable. I have thoroughly enjoyed the build process. At times I think the learning curve is a little more like a learning cliff, but all of the problems do have solutions.
I am hoping to move my plane to a hangar at the Lake St John airport near Orillia this weekend. It has taken much longer than anticipated to get space, but I am excited to move to where there are pilots to talk to.
Next up is: finish connecting my electrical; internal inspection, then final assembly....
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