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This episode is a story of a family trip to Oshkosh AirVenture, a very unique family trip to Oshkosh. James Good lives in California, and he, his wife and son went to Oshkosh AirVenture 2019. While that is certainly special, what’s unique about their story is that James flew his two seat 1948 Ercoupe, while his wife and son made the trip in their c…
 
On this episode we talk about some airplanes that are definitely unique and timeless: Corben Super Ace de Havilland Comet Hatz Travel Air Caudron On this episode we talk with Mark Lightsey of Aerocraftsman who specializes in restoring, and in some cases re-creating, antique and classic airplanes. He’s had experience with all of those airplanes I me…
 
We talk with Vans RV-9A builder Aitor Lazo, catching him at his first trip to Oshkosh AirVenture. How did Aitor decide to build an RV-9A? In addition to sharing that back story with us, he goes beyond the rivets and wing ribs of this kitplane. He also shares some of the special interactions he’s had with people that he’s met through his airplane bu…
 
We talk with Joey Shreve, who’s a relatively new Sport Pilot. Joey flew in to Airventure Oshkosh 2018 for the first time in his 1946 Ercoupe 415-C. Talking with Joey is a fantastic example of how Oshkosh is more than airplanes. There’s so many interesting people to meet there too! Joey shares his adventure of flying from Ohio to Oshkosh, which was …
 
If you’ve experienced Airventure Oshkosh before, you might have heard some stories of the long distances people have traveled to get there. Well, I’ve never heard of a longer distance than what Glen Towler traveled: 11,898 miles. Glen is from New Zealand, and on this episode we talk about a lot of interesting things: what aviation is like in New Ze…
 
One of the many amazing things to see at AirVenture Oshkosh are the “mass arrivals”. The large group arrivals of one type of aircraft. One of those mass arrivals involves Piper Cherokees. They even have a group called “Cherokees to Oshkosh”, and I was fortunate to view part of a “mini-clinic”. A “mini-clinic” is a required training session on the f…
 
On this episode we spend some time talking about the Aerolite 103, an aircraft that is in the “Part 103” Ultralight world of aviation. Dennis Carley talks about how much fun the Aerolite 103 is to fly, tells about it’s performance, how you can build it, or even buy it fully assembled and ready to fly. We also talk about the option of a Magnum Balli…
 
Have you ever wondered how a wooden propeller is made? Alaina Lewis from Culver Props will show you how she does it on Facebook and Instagram. In detail. And it’s fascinating. Alaina is a third generation maker of beautiful wooden propellers for experimental aircraft. Once you hear this podcast, hear about her family’s aviation history, and see her…
 
An extraordinary range of experiences in aviation! This is a visit from Sun ‘n Fun 2018 with Retired United States Air Force Colonels Blake and Sandy Thomas. This husband and wife team have built not one, but two replica WWI aircraft together…along with a 200 MPH RV-7. Amazing, right? Well, there’s even more. You’ll also hear how the WWI replica ai…
 
You’re about to hear a conversation with Matt Brignac who talks about some very interesting and unique areas of aviation. Matt’s an Aerial Applicator from Mississippi who also has, as a traveling airplane for him and his family, a Cessna 185 with a belly pod. We’ll learn about number of things: what people used to call “Crop Dusting” that evolved i…
 
We talk with Mike Harris of the “Why We Fly” podcast, and we talk about that exact topic. Why do we fly? We talk about how we can help people, who don’t have much exposure to general aviation, understand how fantastic general aviation is. This episode was recorded at Sun ‘n Fun 2018 under the … Continue reading 15 – Why We Fly…
 
If you’re a pilot, and if you have a dog (even if you don’t take your dog flying), you’ve probably noticed a unique product in the aviation world called “Mutt Muffs”. Mutt Muffs are hearing protection for dogs (and cats). On this episode we visit with Shelly McGuire, the founder of Mutt Muffs. You’ll hear … Continue reading 14 – Mutt Muffs…
 
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