last picture for today.....I just cant hardly quit flying this thing. I really am completely satisfied with the RAF equipped with a stab. I have not found so much as any sign of it doing something surprising.
Geeeee, Stan. I wonder where you got the idea for the "Red Kenny J. Double Yarn String Yaw Indicator" from? I have an active patent on it you know. My attorney will be sending you a licensing agreement for its further use. If the fee seems too steep for you and you continue using it, a cease and desist order will be the next step, followed by a full-blown law suit with punitive damages. You could have used green, you know. Photo of the original attached. Aaaaand......where the heck are your hills and mountains?
Great ditch. Big enough to canoe on. I too am in amazement at "flat" terain. 28 years ago I was flying fixed wings over stuff like that in Wisconsin. Here in Ory-gun there be hills and mountains all over da place.
Tim: Great pictures you sent. I was flying the other day and saw a flock of geese...so I thought I would get in formation and take a picture......wrong....they broke up into a bunch of different v's and I was left all alone...
Larry: That is a nice looking RAF with that stab you have.
I am very satisfied with my RAFand the way it flies with my stab. If I wasnt comfortable with it..I sure would not have made a three hour flight in it to Chicago and back yesterday. Very windy, had my doors on, light rain, heat on... and enjoyed the Illinois scenery roll by r-e-a-l s-l-o-w on the return flight.
I figure this is what my type of flying is....go somewhere..and go there in confidence and in comfort. I cant say enough about how good the RAF handles with a proper stab with the correct incidence.