Days Inn of Fox Cities
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... It's been an honor prepping the team with Gayle and I'm excited to meet everyone in country.
Two of our team members are leaving a couple of days early, two of us will be flying from Appleton WI and the rest of the team will be flying with our host Brian and Gayle Hale.
Check back often and keep up to date with all of our experiences and learnings.
... passers-by, it was closer to 10am – where did the time go?
We attended quite a few forums given by the Rutan Brothers including one fascinating and insightful evening presentation featuring them along with Mike Melvill, civilian test pilot/astronaut which went way beyond the allotted time. All the venues for these talks were packed to overflowing. Burt and Dick Rutan spent some time after their talks allowing one-on-one conversations and were willing to ...
Well, we headed this way so we could spend the night and take a Lake Michigan ferry across to Michigan.
Unfortunately, the only reservations available are either VERY early (6 AM) or VERY LATE (7 PM) so we're having dinner to discuss.
The other real problem is:
- The ferry leaving that's closest to us is an old model and take 5.5 hours.
- The ferry leaving 2 hrs south of us is a jet ferry ...
... Spent some time at the Vendor Boots to see what was new ' updated my Databases for an Oshkosh special Price and purchased some other small Items. Removed the extra RH Seat Tank Greg had offered me to bring to Florida at a later date.... Thank you Greg We all enjoyed the traditional Oshkosh Barbecue For which the Down's are famous for..... Weather co-operated nicely...... Getting in and out to the show is a Challenge with 700000 ...
... eg 'canard flying high, waggle your wings’ compliments on the manoeuvre, welcomes the aircraft to Oshkosh and then directs to the allocated runway. Patrick was asked to land on the ‘yellow dot’ on 36L which was dutifully completed, before being marshalled to the camping area for homebuilt aircraft. There was already a line of parked canards, so we taxied (on the thick clover grass – ugh) to the end of the ...