Moving day! At least for the fuselage—the wings should be an easy move—maybe next week. Two members from our EAA Chapter 323 and myself moved the fuse to its new home at KGYI. Clint arrived with a flatbed trailer which would accomodate the width of the gear—axle nut to axle nut is 82”, so most utility trailers are too narrow. We had about an inch clearance on each side. Joe also showed up—excellent help—he has a good eye for things to watch out for while loading and securing a plane. Clint’s trailer had an electric wench, so we tied onto the gear and slowly wenched the fuse up the ramps then secured it with ratchet straps. We made the 22 mile trek without incident, then unloaded and moved the fuse into the hangar. Many thanks to Clint and Joe for all their help and expertise!