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At 3:40pm on April 30, 2015, Gene Kujawa said…

Thank you for your comment on my hinge question.

 

Gene Kujawa

At 9:32am on November 24, 2014, Bryan Walstrom said…

Hey Tim... Did you repost my rudder picture or is the site messing up matching posts with pictures? Nice tail section by the way, great job!

At 4:08am on October 10, 2014, Jonathan Porter said…

Cheers Tim!

Your words of encouragement mean a lot to us!

Take care and fly safely!

At 12:05am on May 14, 2013, jim miller said…
Thanks Tim I'm so happy I finished it and test flew it myself
Really looking forward for some nice weather so I can go play some more
At 9:31pm on July 22, 2012, Michael J. Aichele said…

Done!  Don't let yours catch you before you get to OSH.

At 8:21am on February 27, 2012, ronald garrison said…

Hi Tim and thanks for the comment on the cancer story i hope and pray for your mothers recovery. god be with you.

thanks Ron

more videos to come

At 11:50pm on February 24, 2012, Russ Harris said…

Hi Tim,

       Thank-you for the kind words re my friend's photography skills.  The scene is of the Clark Fork River's confluence with Lake Pend'Oreille on the Idaho/Montana border.  I like your rainbow shot off the right wing. 

                                          Russ 

 

 

 

At 3:29pm on August 30, 2011, Ian Sowman said…
Hi Tim. I cut the Y off the top and added a short stub to take the grip. Any right seat passenger can take control & I will not be training so I like this setup better.   Cheers.
At 8:23am on June 2, 2011, Sebastien Heintz said…
Hi Tim:  Sorry I missed over the air yesterday...
At 9:02pm on November 21, 2010, Jock Struthers said…
Thanks Tim,

A belated thankyou for your suggestions re the firewall nose wheel linkages – and photos. Looks like a nicely fitting option.

I am sorry to be slow in replying, had an unexpected problem with my mother-in-laws health just after I raised the question, she has since passed away – funeral and aftermath now all over, so only just putting my plane back on the “menu”!

I saw an interesting option the other day on a passing 601 – the builder used material cut from a fireman’s coat for the boots – so now to find a fireman who won’t miss a bit of coat!!

Regards

Jock Struthers
At 3:48pm on November 21, 2010, Juan Vega said…
Tim,
hey Tim, thanx for the comments on JOsh flying, I responded back on the photo. Beautiful pics on your site of the fall colors. If your ever in Tampa, call me and we can go check out the beaches.

regards,
Juan
At 11:14pm on October 26, 2010, Stephen R. Smith said…
Tim,

Thanks for the kind words on my pictures.

It helps to have a good camera. A little cropping and straitening in Goggle Picasa helps too. Having dramatic, beautiful country to fly around is a plus as is a fun, sturdy airplane. And then there is no discounting the willingness (or foolhardiness) of the pilot to get up-close and personal with the subject matter, Terra Firma.

Steve
At 10:24am on September 18, 2010, Stephen R. Smith said…
Hi Tim,

Thanks for viewing and commenting on my pictures.

I have a Panasonic Lumix DCM-FZ28 which is not made any more. The current replacement would be FZ-45 or FZ-100.

Steve
At 8:29pm on August 30, 2010, Dr. Edward M. Moody II said…
I'm still jealous.

Ed
At 4:16pm on August 30, 2010, Dr. Edward M. Moody II said…
4.3 hours this weekend? Consider me jealous. My flying time is a bit scarce for a few weeks while I help my oldest son do some renovations on a "new" old house. Look for us in the fall series of HGTV entitled "This Damned Old House".

The weather has been sorta tropical-wannabe for most of the week anyway. The temps are down a bit with highs around 90 rather than 95 - 97 as it had been. The humidity is back up so it's still pretty miserable after 9AM. At least we haven't had any serious storms to deal with so far this season.

Have fun.
At 2:32pm on June 5, 2010, Dr. Edward M. Moody II said…
"Is it sacrilegious to install a Van's part on a Zenith Aircraft?"

In a country that currently worships at the altar of diversity? Really? You might actually get a medal for such open-mindedness.

How have you been?
At 1:55pm on June 5, 2010, David Gallagher said…
I hope it is not sacrilegious as I have some Van's stuff in a Zodiac. My map box, cool air ball valve vent and cabin light from the vans catalog site.
At 7:14am on June 5, 2010, Robert Pelland said…
Is it sacrilegious to install a Van's part on a Zenith Aircraft?,

Most certainly not Tim, but I would bet my last dollar, that if the shoe were on the other foot, it most certainly would be. !
Bob
At 7:04pm on June 4, 2010, Lee Engel said…
Tim I`m putting a Vans glove box in my 750 at 30 bucks or so its a good buy and looks good!. Lee
At 10:49am on March 13, 2010, Stephen R. Smith said…
Hi Tim,

I just watched your videos again. Nice editing. I am going to try that with some of my material.

Keep flying and if you ever get out to my neck of the woods be sure to let me know. Lunch/dinner is on me.

Steve

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