Hello to all and welcome to my 801. This has been a long and interesting journey and is nearing the end of phase one Construction. I did not intend to take this long in the construction of this airplane but as builders know stuff happens. Also I did not take into account the fact that I would not be able to work on the airplane six months out of the year, winters here are just too cold and I did not have access to heated hangar in which to work, so winters were time away from building. I have found it a very enjoyable trip and have learned a lot as I have gone along, it is truly an educational experience for anyone who wants a challenge.
In the posts and photos I have not included all that has been taken as the first photos were taken with a film camera and I have not scanned them into the computer, so sorry all I have posted are those photos taken with the digital camera. There will be more and I have tried to add information to each photo to help anyone who is building.
I would like to thank my fellow builders,Jim Frisby, & Ben, Hiako, and all who have helped my during the build, sharing the info and data has been one of the highlights of the project. For those of you who are building Zenith products be sure to come to AirVenture at Oshkosh and share in the Zenith Dinners on Thursday nights, the information and fellow builders are a real delight.
More later I hear a voice calling me.