Sun ‘n Fun

It was time for a holiday so I convinced my wife to take me to Sun ‘n fun 🙂 I had never been before so I was excited to go. It was impressive to see and we had a great time. There was a lot of the usual stuff you see at an airshow but I was mostly wanting to go to the Expo part. It is always interesting to look at product that you only see pictures of on the web. I got to talk to the vendors and ask the questions I wanted to ask. I was disappointed at the lack of canards at the show but there was enough to make me want to hurry up and finish mine.

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I know anybody who has an interest in canards will recognize this aircraft. It was great to meet Klaus www.lightspeedengineering.com who was kind enough to take the time to answer a bunch of questions I had. I am sure to him it must get tedious getting bombarded with the same questions over and over.

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I know we all wish we could have this performance in our Long-ez.

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I stopped by the Cozy girrrl www.cozygirrrl.com workshop to watch Randi give here demonstration on low vac bagging. Randi was kind enough to pose for a pic to put here on the website. I’m the one on the right 🙂 Randi promised I would learn at least one thing new, I learned more than one.

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Here is another thing I picked up from the show, a brand new set of tan lines.

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  1. #1 by Bill on May 19, 2016 - 8:17 am

    Hi, I am a volunteer over at the aircraft museum and am just finishing a composite cowl for the Trigull we are going to put on display and would love to see your project if at all possible. Bill Lane. subila64@gmail.com. Thanks, love seeing your progress

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  2. #2 by Dave on April 15, 2017 - 4:28 am

    Great work on your build. Good to see another Long-Ez being created. I look forward to following your progress. 🙂

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