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At 9:00pm on January 23, 2017, charlie rosenzweig said…

I hope you would consider keeping a blog on this newsgroup so people could "follow" your trip.   Good flying to you.

At 10:26pm on January 22, 2017, charlie rosenzweig said…

thanks for the info on the warp prop.   and for posting about that trip, way to go, that is fatanstic...

At 11:50pm on January 6, 2017, Chris Morris said…
Conrad, do you still have those Full Lotus floats for sale or are they long gone?
At 5:43am on November 5, 2012, Timothy Stephens Minor said…

Conrad. Thanks for that information regarding fabric covered hangar. I'll look into it further. Regards, Tim

At 8:16am on November 1, 2012, Timothy Stephens Minor said…

Thanks. Looks economical to build. Tim

At 1:47pm on August 7, 2012, guy bishoff said…

Hi Conrad... Thank you for the info on your seats... I will call them & see what kind of price i can get.... I did purchase the hi-tech foam which I think your referring to as well so I think i'm ok in that regard.... If you do make it out west next summer & you find yourself near southern Alberta please give me a call or send me a e-mail prior to your trip.... we'd love to see your plane & exchange idea's etc.... we have a very active flying club here & have fly-in's throughout the summer, I hope to have my plane in the air sometime next summer as well.  Thanks again.  Guy.

At 2:33pm on August 6, 2012, guy bishoff said…

Hi Conrad.... My name is Guy Bishoff from Lethbridge Alberta..... I'm scratch building 6 ch750's with my friends here in Lethbridge..... we've noticed your seats in the pictures & they look very nice!.... did you upholster them yourself  or have them done @ a localshop?....what type of fabric/foam  did you use? we very much appreciate any info you could provide on these.  Thank you.  Guy.

At 12:42pm on January 12, 2012, Brad d'Entremont said…

Conrad...If you visit NS drop in to see us in South West NS. My waterdrome is CGE2 and our grass strip(2200') is CLE4, just across the harbour in East Pubnico. I flew from Ottawa to Bridgewater this summer with a CH701 completed by Brian Parsons.

At 9:15am on November 29, 2011, John Phillips said…

Conrad you're plane looks awesome.  I'm anxious to see it in person back at CYRP.  Please keep us posted when it will arrive.

At 10:29am on November 17, 2011, Normand Lambert said…

Hi Conrad,

Hope your flights are as uneventfull as possible...but also enjoyable  !!!

Norm

At 12:01pm on October 21, 2011, Normand Lambert said…

Hi Conrad,

Double Congrats ! First for finishing up your project, it looks real nice. Second, for having the patience to go through MD-RA/TC Registration/inspection process.

Now, the REAL fun begins !

Norm

At 3:34pm on April 13, 2011, Doug MacDonald said…
Yes, I know Leo quite well.  I'm helping him build his plane.  Hoping to get it on it's gear this weekend.
At 6:00am on April 4, 2011, Doug MacDonald said…

You noticed my paint scheme.  I think I still have a print out of a photo of OBS around here someplace.  I'm an MNR brat and have always like the PAS paint scheme.  Yellow and black is the most visible colour combination.

 

I located in Fort Frances, ON.

 

Doug MacDonald

C-GBQX

At 7:19am on April 3, 2011, Mike Schlichtman said…

Conrad,

If I had it to do over again, I don't think I would it any different.  I built my plane to match my flying and situation.  I am more interested in the fuel and electrical lines having the least amount of connection than I was ease of removing the wing.  I could not picture a reasonable situation where I would need to remove the wings..and if I did, I would unhook the fuel line at the tank and cut/splice the wires.  Just because this is what I did, does not mean there is not a better or more conveniant way to do it which would fit your needs.  If you have the time and energy, and think you would like to quick diconnect your wing...go for it.  I don't really see any downside.   With that said, if you are planning on folding your wings after every flight or even on a regular basis for storage, I think this opens up significant oportunity for trouble....IMHO.

Cheers, Mike

At 7:53pm on April 2, 2011, Mike Schlichtman said…

Hi Conrad,

I saw your comment and I'm not sure if we are talking about the same picture.  We are driving in the right lane and I was only a few miles from the airport.  I'm good friends with the local highway patrol and they gave me an escort.  Taking the wings off would have been a big pain...I'm glad I did not need to.  You mentioned draining fuel...not sure what you are talking about.  We just loaded the plane up and drove it to the airport fuel and all.  have a good one.

At 7:25pm on February 25, 2011, Maurice (Mauri) Hines said…

Thanks for the tip on Mark Townsend. Is he in Ontario? Hoping to meet Stu this weekend. Thanks for the referral

Mauri

At 5:56am on February 23, 2011, Bob McDonald said…
Conrad...it was about time you posted pictures of your bird. Looks like you had to restart your profile on this site?

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