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Don Schwanke's Air Force One
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Date:  2-16-2016
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Brief Description:  Things will get much better Thursday!

With a kitchen remodel, new floors in the bedrooms, and then the solar panel thing, progress has been slow.
But the biggest reason for slow or no progress, is help. It has been so bad at this stage, I will finally get someone to help me flip a wing over, then after working on it for 10 minutes, wait two weeks for someone to help again, accomplishing nothing in the meantime.
That is about to change! My son will arrive Thursday and I can compress all that was accomplished in the last 8 weeks into a half a day or less.
Part of the problem is that as a group, Winter Texans are a bunch of klutzes! I had two of them damage the wings by their ineptness. They would score in the minus area on mechanical aptitude testing. Although it is not exactly rocket science to hold up one end of a light wing, many fail the test.
In the next couple of weeks, I intend to finish the wings, do a trial fit for fuel and vent connections, and take them back to the hangar to await the arrival of the plane, hopefully in the next few months or so.
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