Advice on Advice

In his “Rear Cockpit” column [“Advice on Advice,” October 2018], Tom Wilson states, “So often we know the right thing to do but justify a less painful solution to ourselves.” Thank you Tom for the unvarnished truth! Having spent 15 years of spare time building an airplane that has now flown for over 550 hours, I have adopted a similar principle: If there is a more difficult, more time-consuming, more expensive way, I will choose it. While somewhat overstated, this principle has not disappointed me.

—Terry Krushel

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