The work is all done,

it's time to have some fun


After spending so many boring hours pouring over Log Books, Airworthiness Directives, and Regulations, we have to relieve the stress somehow.

What is it that we do around here for fun, you ask?

We fly aeroplanes (mostly the older types with tail wheels and armstrong starters), we have flown into the Annual Oshkosh Fly-In, which is always exciting. We have also flown to the Sun 'N Fun Fly In several times and that can be just as much a challenge to get in as Oshkosh is.


We ride motorcycles (dirt bikes & street bikes), and although it is sometimes hard to lay off the throttle, we are getting older and realize that our old bones don't mend as fast now, we still have loads of fun.


Well, you should be able to figure it out by now, if you bring it to the airport, somebody will figure out how to fly it.

We have tried our hand at fishing, but we usually don't catch much more than a sunburn.


Oh yes, that boat is completely out of the water!







We slide down those hills up in the Rocky Mountains with these little 2X4's strapped to our feet on top of that snow.









When that gets boring, we go out and bury snowmobiles so deep in the snow, sometimes we think it would be easier to just wait until the Spring thaw to recover the equipment.






 We have built and or restored several little airplanes, motorcycles, trucks and even tugs just for the fun of it.




By the way, the little guy in the picture is named "Turbo", he has about 1000 hours

flying time, including time in Lear Jets, Falcons, and T-crafts.


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