First of all, Bob thanks for a day of fun and great reception! I enjoyed the visit very much. Your RV8 is in more advanced stage of construction then the other but you will face a stiff competition...
Bob is a very busy hardworking guy but I caught him eventually. When temps are freezing and winds howling, Bob was stuck in his shop. He has a trove of info from his recent training at Lycoming Engine School and I came to extract that knowledge. In a couple of months I will be interpreting for a foreign visitor at the same School and I need to know what and how they teach. Having an RV it's an easy trip from NJ to VA.
... I turned on all heating equipment I had. A gas heater Tom lent me years ago and two hair dryers some ladies left. Took good 15 minutes to get oil to 60F from 17F.
Three sixty to honor "Good Bravo Kilo"
QuickCheck if there is still sand on a VA coast. There was.
iGate factory looking south from 9500'. My tracker froze and stopped sending beacons. That's why I penetrated 53VG air defenses so easily.
It's a long road to Bob.
Finally I got to Warrenton KHWY. Spotted suspicious plates
and followed them. Local folks were curious who flys in weather like this?
I love this picture. There are two objects and one subject and all of them trimmed in red.