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Sarah Brown

Airline pilot, Cessna owner, first time aircraft builder and aspiring A&P, Sarah is passionate about aviation. When not flying, she can be found exploring the great outdoors with her husband near their home in Oregon.

After Decades of Airplane Ownership, a First Trip to AirVenture

Husband and wife Charles and Connie Eidschun from St Petersburg FL (KPIE) built a RANS S-21 during 2020, and flew it to Fond Du...

Fighter Jet Lookalike Kit

The Greek-born Archon SF1 prototype is on display at AirVenture this year, with expectations of having a kit available for buyers by AirVenture 2023....

I Spy With My Little Eye

From the enclosed cockpit of a powered aircraft, perhaps single-engine piston or multi engine turbine, have you ever caught a glimpse of something out...

Lycoming Assembly Workshop

It would be impressive for one to attend AirVenture and go home without a record number of steps tracked in their smart phone health...

Vintage Airplane Camping Neighbor

20-year old Jake Lammes flew to AirVenture solo from Oklahoma in his 1956 Cessna 172. He brought a cookout kit we can all rightfully...

Solo To AirVenture

This summer I turned 38, and to celebrate another year of living my best airplane nerd life, I received a book about backcountry flying...

In Case You Missed it

Risky Business

Unforeseeable risks in kit aircraft projects. By Sid Mayeux.

Aero’ Lectrics

From outlet convertors to button switches and parts to make your own temperature sensor, Jim Weir gives an overview of his favorite electronics sources and what’s available to make the heart of your inner geek beat a little faster.

That’s Shear Nuts

The aircraft bolts we use to build our projects will always be paired with...

Ask the DAR

Condition inspections, N-number problems, removing an electrical system and transponder.