Amy finally got her ride in the 10 this past weekend. It was her birthday and she wanted to go to the San Juan islands for the day so I had a goal to meet in getting phase 1 complete in time. I met it but only just...if you look at the picture below Amy is actually sitting in the passenger seat (in the reflection) when I took the picture of the Hobbs meter. :-)
One of the biggest projects I ended up with was moving the backup battery off of the firewall and back to the tail cone to sit beside the main battery. It was just too hot under the cowl for that battery. It has a temperature sensor that was alerting during flights longer than about 15-20 minutes. So I decided to move the battery aft. That took a lot of time but it was worth it. It also helped my CG just a little.
|One of my first flights away from the airport with Jeff. Jeffco for some food!|
|Working on fitting the nose wheel pant.|
|Jeff, Harry and I having dinner at Arlington.|
|Amy and I in our "Scoot coupe" at Friday Harbor on her birthday. It was a great way to see the island and we had a great time up there!|
|No trip to the San Juan's is complete without food on the waterfront. This is the restaurant on the north end of the island in Roche Harbor.|