CONTACT! April 2015

Apr
01

In this issue...

  • CVJETKOVIC Mini Ace CA-61
  • ZU-ALO Back in the Air
  • The Coves Breakfast Fly-in
  • Chapter 322 Meeting
  • Vryheid Fly-away
  • Chapter 778
  • Kittyhawk MISASA Fly-in
  • Direct Fly Alto TG
  • Chapter Hangar Signs
  • Pierre Douglas' KR2
  • EAA Airmail
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TEDDY build on 28th March 2015

Mar
28

A slow but productive build today ! Thanks Kevin, Neville and Eugene for you help in completing the rudder. Yahoo, !

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EAA 322 TEDDY BUILD : 28 FEB 2015

Mar
01

Kevin and Neville entertained many questions and were wonderful hosts to two teenage boys working on their school project focussed on aircrafts. Gareth and Ben left us inspired and thankful for the personal time and the knowledge-sharing that these EAA members were happy to contribute. This may well be the start of a lifelong career in aviation for them. Their departure was followed by a lovely visit from Athol and Christine, who flew in from FAGM. After a chat and some photos, we were ready to start working more seriously.

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EAA 322 TEDDY BUILD : 14 Feb 2015

Feb
19

Saturday 14th Feb, was not just Valentines day, but was a productive Teddy Build day ! Both the rudder and horizontal stabilizer structures are complete. After measuring and assembling the correct jig, these were put in place and tacked. Kevin, Neville and young Dylan were superstars on this build day.

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Wise Old Owl

Jan
23

by Eugene

In preparation for my Alouette II refurb, I acquired a hangar at Fly Inn. It needed finishing as it had no floor and had never been painted. A further complication was a gorgeous Barn Owl which had taken up residence in the hangar, but in the process of my making the hangar usable, the owl decided to move out.

I had no sooner moved the Alo in however, than the owl moved back and proceeded to do what owls do. My chopper cover was soon full of owl secretions of all kinds which was clearly a disaster and I had to find a solution.

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