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Offline drstrangelove

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Looking for Seattle area EZ owner to chat with
« on: November 14, 2010, 09:11:58 PM »
I'm looking for someone in the Seattle area with a Vari or Long to talk with about the realities of these planes. I recently got out of the airline business, airline closed, and am still interested in flying. These planes have always interested me and I would like to find out more.

Drew

Offline Tom

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Re: Looking for Seattle area EZ owner to chat with
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2010, 09:41:01 PM »
Hi Drew,

Although Im not in the Seattle area, Im not to far away in Calgary.

Give me a ring if you would like to chat  four o three, six o seven, eighty four fiftyseven.

Sorry for the weird numbering,, it keeps the telemarketers at bay!

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Offline A. Bruce Hughes

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Re: Looking for Seattle area EZ owner to chat with
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2010, 03:12:10 AM »
Hi Drew

I am south of the Seattle area.   I know very little about aerodynamics
and less about building.  I do have a Longeze project.   Some have
said it is not airworthy and never will be.   well I disagree on both of
those opinions.    So, if you want to drop by Yelm, I can show/tell
you a lot of things that damaged my reputation. 

There are many who ARE experts.  Joe Person for one.   Also Tom Staggs
and many others.  However they are still making a living and I have time
to talk.  Just don't think I know anything.

I have a zillion back issues of the CSA newsletter that you can look at
IN my shop.  No loans.

I also have a 30 minute speech in my computer on canard pushers.

360-458-1543 (don't leave a message - that is my step son'd phone)

Bruce Hughes    :)