This week I've been working on skinning bulkeads d to e. a lot goes into it. But thursday I think I will be done with that part which will allow me to work on making the siderails various brackets for it and the other two skins friday and saturday while I'm off from work. Then It will be time to start doing a lot of riveting.
I went on Vacation, Graduated from college, and got engaged in March. A few weeks ago I received job offer at Treasure Coast International Airport, which I decided to take. I start in May, but it requires me to move a little further south to Sebastian, Fl. I have been there most of the time because it is where my Fiance lives and I only really come to my house to work on the airplane. I will have a lot more income available between leasing my house and and making a lot more at the new job. The disadvantage is that I need to find a place to work on the project because I will be living in her apartment which is included as part of her job as the apartment manager. I managed to work a deal that allows me to keep the plane locked in the shop at my house. So for the time being I will work on smaller bits and pieces at the apartment and store them until I can sublet part of a hangar and work on it there.
The other advantage is that I will be able to afford about $50k or so for a plane. I am considering many options right now. So far it looks like I may wait for a decent long ez to come up on barnstormers.