Brand New Beaver…April 26, 2017
Not really sure what I think of this…. No pilots license needed???
Cool article. Thanks to Mike Vivion for finding it!
I’ve noticed that there have been several folks looking for the Aircraft Tundra Tire Worksheet so here it is…
Also AC 23-17C
Feb is here, which means there is some chatter about this years Airman’s show… which got me revisiting old memories. Watching Zane’s film of our 2014 trip really brings a smile. Worth watching again, and if you haven’t seen it….
Thanks to Trent Palmer for posting the vid to Youtube!
About a year ago a company called Grypmat reached out to me to test a new product they had… I did, and have come to find it invaluable when working on airplanes. After some testing, I gave my feedback, which surrounded the mat’s issues with solvents and static charge. To my astonishment, Tom (creator) listened and reformulated the mat.
Anyway, I just saw they have a Kick Starter campaign going to fund two more sizes. After a year of using this thing, I feel strongly enough about the product that I wanted to support Tom. FWIW, I’ve funded $100 to their cause to get the two smaller sizes along with another 12×22. If you haven’t seen them at Spruce or at OSH, give it a look. Kudos Tom and good luck!
If you want to order a unit, I encourage you to consider funding their Kick Starter rather than ordering from Spruce. To do so click HERE.
I was in Home Depot yesterday and was shocked to see the XMas stuff in full bloom already. Seems its getting earlier and earlier. WTF???
So I said to myself… if they can do it with XMas, why not start a bit early on my AK plans for May.
Just found this nice mashup from 2016 Valdez.
If you have been thinking about an engine monitor, it might be time to give the CGR-30 a look. E.I. has a current rebate that seems pretty tempting. $1000 off the basic 6 cyl unit.
The Basic model wont give you the functionality of the Premium, but if you need a simple engine monitor (CHT/EGTs) fuel flow computer this would be a great deal. (also does Volts, OAT, RPM and tach time.)
If you are considering any E.I. unit, please give me a shout as Bushwagon East is an E.I. dealer.
New article up on BCP. Thanks Jake for the story!
I love re-posting great stuff from BCP.org… Check out Zane’s latest article on Alex Wells over at backcountrypilot.org.
If you are around, please join us at the Plymouth Airshow on Aug 20th where Bill Brine, Marcum Scott and I will be doing a STOL demo. Bill will be in his A18 Husky, Marcum in the Kitfox 4, and I in the Skywagon. Also at the event will be a Bell 47 demo, RC Jet performance, golf ball drop raffle, and the biggie… Michael Goulian in his Extra 330SC!
You are welcome to fly in that day, just be aware that there is a POTUS TFR going on. This will not effect PYM, but 15/33 is closed and 24 has right traffic…
Another cool little short in the Indie Alaska series. Nice to see you featured Bobby!
Pretty good info. Thanks Ravi! Click Here to read:
Small BCP IMR (Informal Micro Rally) this Sat night deep in the Maine woods. Will be remote, but doable for anyone who wants to tag along… We will probably be meeting at Bethel around lunchtime for fuel, then flying up together, hitting some of the usual suspects along the way as well as some exploration Sun AM. If you want to join, shoot me an eMail email@example.com. The more the merrier! Strip is about 33mi north of Greenville, and W of Baxter.
Worth a watch… A quick cameo of a nice early Cessna Skywagon around min 3:00.
Making my T’s is pretty much a labor of love, and if I just break even, it’s worth it. I have some new shirt designs in the works, but before I spend the cash, I’d like to reduce some of the current inventory.
If anyone is interested, I have added a 25% coupon for use on any of the “BUSH” shirts. To take advantage, use the code BUSHSALE at checkout over on www.avthreads.com. This applies to the Men’s short sleeve, long sleeve, and ladies T’s that are left in stock.
As always… FREE SHIPPING!
If you find any of the info here on Bushwagon East informative, I would ask that you support the effort by considering picking up a T.
No grass strips there, but I finished up my Commercial Engine Multi rating this past weekend down at Action Multi Ratings in CT.
The aircraft was a little long in the tooth, it was a bit more expensive than I anticipated, and it was a bit tough to breath while drinking from the fire hose, but I got some good training and walked away a better pilot.
Thanks Steve, Ryan, and Derek!