Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Week That Was – April 19 — April 25

Sun, April 19 — Out of bed about 8:15 and stayed home catching up with overdue tasks. Light showers out, no wind. Posted at Honey & Quinine and started arranging home office to take care of everything personal THERE. Only … Continue reading

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The Weeks That Were – April 5 — April 18

Sun, April 5 — In at 8:10 and had a VERY BUSY, productive day. Phot’d a Cessna Caravan, Citation Encore and V Bonanza. BUSY BUSY with visitors. Departed for dinner at home at 8:30. Very happy with this Easter! Mon, … Continue reading

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Focusing

I don’t think my chronic propensity to begin constructing far more kits than I’m likely to finish is an “old man thing.” Many model builders far younger, better-looking almost all smarter than me have described the same malady. My affliction … Continue reading

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The Week That Was – March 29 — April 4

Sunday, March 29 — In at 9:15 cold, windy and dark rain-soon sky to the northwest. Put away some things. I am so far behind with photos I am TEMPTED to take all modeling activity, including the airbrush, back to … Continue reading

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John Thornton Walker Book Status and Some Etc.

For the umpteenth time, apologies to Connie and the male Strouses, Bill and Richard and families¬† for unanticipated delays. When I most recently posted about the book John Thornton Walker: the Hero Who Didn’t Come Home,¬† I was transcribing his … Continue reading

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