Despite spending a week in tech rehearsal for Act Two Theatre’s production of Annie the Musical, I got a lot done on my Bede BD-4C airplane. First, I figured out a problem with the last pieces of the fuselage skin. Then I installed the wing tips, fabricated a couple of brackets, and installed the data […]
I installed a cabin heater in my Bede BD-4C airplane this week. I did take the super easy route, simply dumping hot air into the cabin by the copilot’s feet. If that is insufficient, I will add some ducting later. It is a simple system. Take some air from the plenum, Route that air past […]
I was despairing of ever being able to say this but I can finally write that the baffling and plenum of my Bede BD-4C airplane are done. 😀 The saga began back in the spring with Rich taking point. I picked up the job in September and wrote about the first couple of weeks of work […]
I visited the St. Louis Art Museum’s exhibition “Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds” back in May and took a few photos. Here are two of my favorites. You can see the rest in my Sunken Cities online photo gallery.
I have spent all of my time in September working on the baffling for the air cooled Lycoming IO-360 engine in my Bede BD-4C airplane. Well, to be more precise, I spent most of September’s evenings and Sunday’s on the baffling. I do have a job and a wife, both of which require significantly larger […]