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  • Divorced. Adventurous spirit, Son & Daughter married. No baggage. Love living life! Looking for someone to share life with.
  • Northwood, NH
  • Love airplanes, flying & building, motorcycles, kayaking, violin .... and lots more.
  • Mechanical Engineer


  • Posted in thread: Continental engine for sale on 05-04-2015 at 08:45 PM
    BT, its not an apps. What it does is let you resize the picture and rotate them so you can post
    on web sites like this one. Its a simple free resizer, they are saved to your computer then you
    can post...

  • Posted in thread: Hampton, NH Fly MKT on 05-04-2015 at 02:36 PM
    We have seen pilots flying tin touch wheels down 1/2 way down the field and just making a stop
    before going off the end. On the other side all Hampton trained pilots, out of habit, slip on
    final onto ...

  • Posted in thread: Continental engine for sale on 05-04-2015 at 01:47 PM
    PhotoRazer .... ;)KAP

  • Posted in thread: With Apologies To Bizet on 05-04-2015 at 01:44 PM
    What talent! Anyone do this with Piper parts?LOL!KAP

  • Posted in thread: Hampton, NH Fly MKT on 05-04-2015 at 12:27 PM
    Hampton Airfield 7B3 will still have a grass runway along side the paved one. Their thinking is
    to bring in more planes that would not other wise use grass for landing. It will be interesting
    to see p...

  • Posted in thread: Grasshopper patch on 05-04-2015 at 11:27 AM
    They will, but most what good sharp artwork to make the patch from.KAP

  • Posted in thread: Grasshopper patch on 04-29-2015 at 04:57 PM
    Maybe the guy's here can help you .... WW2 Army L4 Grasshopper Fort Sill Arty decal restoration
    complete!Like to have one too.KAP

  • Posted in thread: Jogging Companion on 04-29-2015 at 04:25 PM
    :( The sad side: Guided weapons, drones and armed mules .... killing people in wars just got so
    easy. :) The good side: Helping all people live a full and happy life .... this is the hard

  • Posted in thread: Wing tank / nose tank plumbing... on 04-29-2015 at 03:24 PM
    Like that main fuel tank connection setup! Pretty slick. ;)I loved watching Jon Gnagy. I would
    sit in the living-room in front of the big B&W console TV with the push button channel selector
    and draw ...

  • Posted in thread: Jogging Companion on 04-29-2015 at 11:34 AM
    ... that is scary!KAP

  • Keri-Ann Price
    Keri-Ann Price
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Built a Pietenpol AirCamper, Model-A powered, NX3116. Presently building an L-4, Experimental. From Cub Club Drawings. “There’s nothing like flying. I would encourage anyone to at least try it. There’s nothing like being up there by yourself. You’re never closer to God than when you’re up in the sky.” ........WASP Helen Snapp
April 12, 2014  •  11:14 PM
Hi I have to ask why the Fifinella. You see my mom was a wasp WWII 44. Steve
December 18, 2014  •  07:45 PM
Keri, really enjoyed looking over the photos of your work on the wood Cub wings. I have not seen the Cub Club Cub plans. How much of your build do you have completed? There is a guy at work that built a PnP that won a number of awards at Oshkosh. He keeps it at the airport our EAA group hosts its meetings. Beautiful plane. How much time do you have on you PnP? I look forward to following the rest of your build. There are some significant differences between the wood and metal wings. I am not a Cub history buff so I do not know if the changes are by age or if they were specifically for the metal spar. The immediate difference is the location of the "H" shaped drag strut assembly. The entire "H" is located next to the rib and your assembly straddles the rib. The pulley routing is probably similar. Thank you for the help you have offered. Maybe we will runinto each other when we get our projects flying. Till then good luck with you build. Joseph Begany

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