George, I must have been standing next to you at the ceremony when the keys were handed over to the museum. You produced a great video capturing the RV1?s tour and final arrival to Oshkosh! I was fortunate enough to see the RV1 hosted by our EAA Chapter 1250 at Heritage field PA, thanks to efforts of Mark Santoleri.
Flying at KPTW
I even had a photo op with my infant RV12 and her father RV1 back in April. (She is now painted and flying.) Marks RV9 on the left
In June visited Bob Avery at his shop on a Saturday and he was gracious enough to show us around and telling his perspective on the RV1 project and some of the challenges he had fabricating parts.
At Oshkosh multiple opportunities to talk with many of the people involved with the project. It was interesting hearing everyone?s views and involvement with the project. A project of this size and number of volunteers to pull it off is truly a passion and commitment to aviation.
Your video and editing was well done - VAF hats off to you!
I look forward to visiting the Museum in the years to come and remembering the tour.