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The AirCam Experience
Pure enjoyment flying low and going slow.
Editor Mary Bernard shares what she saw and heard at the annual Sun ’n Fun fly-in.
This month Barnaby Wainfan turns his attention to the control system and how various aspects such as linkages, the elevator planform and tail aspect ratio, and trailing-edge treatments affect pitch control.
Since I know Bob aka Robrucha, this cartoon brings out some laughs! My wife got a kick out of it as well!
Thanks for the note. The EAA Saturday morning breakfasts are one of the things that I miss the most! That was as wonderful bunch of folks, You and Edie included. It was good to see that you had “bequeathed” the leadership to someone else so you could get some work done on your two planes.
We are not travelling much these days largely due to my condiition but we have a very nice guest room here and we can reserve it anytime you want to come out and see what God’s country really looks like. I would not advise flying in except in severe CAVU because of the capricious winds along the front range that tear light planes apart. A learjet would be suggested. Otherwise w e would love to see you. Say hi to the rest of the gang. Bob C.