Well today I transported my RV-10 to the Bacchus Marsh Airport from it's home in my garage.
I am in some ways very sad to see it go to the airport as it has been so close for so long, I now feel like I have sort of abandoned it.
However, over the next 4-6 weeks I will be in preparation for the CofA and test flights. Most wiring has been completed and conduits already run so it should come together quite quickly.
I want to thank all of those who lent a hand today. Firstly Dad (aka. Geoff Long). He has basically been great. And I can't have done without him. Paul McVitty, who has helped a lot on the wiring and the electronics and other varied help during the past two years. NOTE: he has got together a good set of NAV's and Strobes with controller ready to kit up and sell. Look out for these in the coming weeks.
Peter Clark, a mate that has always been there during the build with help whenever asked. Andrew McIntosh, supplied all the packing blankets and unbridled commentary :-) also helped ....
Gess and Brandon, without Gess it would not have got started, and the help today was fantastic.
And obviously, my wife Jacquie and daughter Jamie. They have been stalwarts of support during the project. Thanks.
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