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					               The Official Newsletter of EAA Chapter 35, San Antonio, TX




                                         ANGEL FLIGHT WINGS & WHEELS
                                   Serving San Antonio Aviation Aficionados with all the Aviation
       OCTOBER 2006
    Volume 48 Issue 10
           On the Web:

    WWW.EAA35.ORG




     Inside this Issue:
WINGS AND WHEELS EVENT      1
SATURDAY MORNING CLEANUP 2
PRESIDENTS COCKPIT          3   By: Matt Reedy                          providing free air transportation
NEWS CLIPS                 4                                            for patients to distant medical
                                The Alamo Area
AIRCRAFT SCALES AVAILABLE 5
                                Corvette Club,                          care.
FIRST IMPRESSIONS CH-601XL 6
STAN SHANNON RECOGNIZED     8   Angel Flight, &                         A donation of $10 per car load
EAA TEXAS FLY-IN CHANGES    9   EAA Chapter 35                          or airplane load of spectators
WOOD PROPS AND MAINT       10
                                                                        is requested, and includes 2
                                Present Wings &                         lunch tickets.
CONTACT LIST               11
                                Wheels.
CALENDAR                   12                                       Highlights
WANTED & FOR SALE          13
                                Come join aviation buffs,
                                motorcycle afficionados and         - Antique & homebuilt aircraft
EAA 35 CLEANUP PICTURES    13
FIREFLY TRAINERS CRUSHED 16
                                automobile enthusiasts at San       - Radio controlled aircraft
NEW DAVE BAKER PICTURES    17
                                Geronimo Airpark for the 2nd        demonstrations with video!
STEVE JONES’
           FIRST XCNTRY 18
                                Annual Wings & Wheels fly-in and
                                car & bike show to benefit Angel    - Trophies for best Corvette, best
DIRECTIONS TO SAN
 GERONIMO                  20   Flight.                             motorcycle, best aircraft, best
                                This event combines
PHOTOS CONTRIBUTED BY: D.       the beauty of exotic
BAKER, S FORMAHLS, M. REEDY, S.
JONES                           automobiles, the
   RUNWAY 35 PUBLISHED BY       excitement of high
                                performance               Please contact Norris or Joanne Warner
           ED SEURER
                                motorcycles and the       sometime this month to ensure we have the
                                elegance of homebuilt     your most current contact information. For
                                and antique aircraft in   those receiving the electronic edition of the
                                raising awareness of      newsletter, we need to ensure we have your
 Correction: Kris Niswonger’ s                            current e-mail address. You can contact them
   (Vector Graphics) phone                  s mission
                                Angel Flight’
  number is (210) 557-3585      and purpose—              via e-mail at njwarner@hctc.net or by phone
                                                          at (830) 510-4334, mobile (210) 363-1282.

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   WINGS & WHEELS (CONTiINUED)                     SATURDAY CLEAN UP & PICNIC
model airplane                                   By: Norris Warner
- Lunch & soft drinks                            Many of the chapter faithful joined hands to give
                                                 our chapter building a much-needed facelift,
- Music &
                                                 including fixing the roof leaks; replacing rotted
entertainment
                                                 soffit; installing two attic vents; painting all
- Silent auction                                 outside woodwork; painting the bathrooms,
                                                 replacing the broken window in the ladies room;
- 50/50 raffle
                                                 and reorganizing out storage room. WHEW!
                                                 We were very pleased that some of our newest
                                                 members were some of the most enthusiastic
                                                 and worked long hours. Certainly, we are
                                                 indebted to long-time member Mike Jewett for
                                                 figuring out a real fix to our roof problem and
                                                 donating the end vents, which he installed. John
                                                 Kuhfahl lent his considerable skills in the area of
                                                 soffit repair, and Nancy Mason seemed to be the
                                                 ringleader in painting the bathrooms. Several
                                                 people spent time and money running for
                                                 additional supplies—    thanks to all of you. And,
                                                                at
                                                 everybody— least it seemed like it— into   got
                                                 the outside painting, which was not one of the
                                                 easier jobs, for sure.
  Saturday, October 14, 2006 10 AM to 2 PM       Our president Roch recruited just enough people
              San Geronimo Airpark               to feed this hungry crew at noontime. Roxanne
                                                 and Danny Beavers, Dave Baker (old, that is)
         15464 FM 471 W (Culebra Rd)             Jim Munro (Mister Faithful) and a few others
       Six miles northwest of Loop 1604          certainly deserve our thanks. The food was
                                                 great, and just in time. After lunch, we got back
      Contact: Matt Reedy, Angel Flight,         to our painting chores, while our great kitchen
                   (210) 403-9242                crew made the always-necessary cleanup
                                                 happen. (pictures on pages 13 - 15)
Mattreedy@yahoo.com or Karl Soehnlein,
Alamo Area Corvette Club,                        Dave Baker (new) took a ton of pictures when
cptkarl@sbcglobal.net                            he wasn’                    d like
                                                           t painting. If you’ to see these, e-
                                                 mail David at bakerdf@texas.net. Dave is an
Co-Sponsored by the Alamo Area Corvette          artist with the camera as well as with canvas.
Club & ANGEL FLIGHT                                         t end
                                                 We shouldn’ without also noting the hard
REGISTRATION 9:00 A.M.-10:00 A.M.                                          s put
                                                 work our newsletter editor’ forth-- Steve and
                                                 Freda Jones really did work non-stop.
All Proceeds to benefit Angel Flight!
                                                 Please forgive our oversight in not mentioning
                                                 more of the really hard-core workers. Just know
                                                 that your efforts are truly appreciated! And isn’ t
                                                 it really great to be associated with such a fine
                                                 group of aviation enthusiasts? YES, IT IS!

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                                 S COCKPIT: ROCH LaROCCA
               FROM THE PRESIDENT’
By: Roch LaRocca
I would like to start this month’s
letter by saying another big THANK
YOU to all the members and friends
who came out to our 2006 workday.
Some came to work, some came to
cook, and some came to encourage
and share a meal with the Chapter.
It was a great day with a great
turnout and we got quite a few
things accomplished. We re-sealed
the roof which should give us the
ability to re-spray and paint the
inside ceiling. We repaired all the
wood areas around the Chapter
house, replaced vents and rotten
wood and finished it with a fresh coat of paint on
all the wood/trim areas. While we worked on the      The 2006 Christmas party is right around the
outside, many more repaired, re-painted and          corner and we only have 80 tickets to sell so
cleaned out many of the interior areas. The          please get them early. It will be on 9 December
place looks great so it will be looking good for     with refreshments at 6:30 and dinner at 7:00.
the Wings and Wheels fly-in/Car Show on 14           Each person will need to bring a small gift for the
October.                                             gift-exchange after dinner. Tickets are $20 each
Remember, we are not the official host of the        and can be purchased from me in person or
Wings and Wheels Fly-in/Car Show but we are          send a check to me written to
in a big way the overseers because it is our San     EAA Chapter 35.
Geronimo home that is the location of the event.
                                                     Roch LaRocca
Please plan on coming out to support this
worthwhile event. Remember, a $10.00 fee per         17111 Blanco Park Cove
car will be charged at the gate and this fee will    San Antonio, TX 78248
include 2 meal tickets and entrance into the
                                                     rocbar@sbcglobal.net
airpark. All proceeds will go to Angel Flight of
San Antonio. We are ALL expected to pay even         We will be putting together the 2007 meeting
if you are an EAA Chap 35 member. No one is          schedule soon so if you have a presentation that
exempt. Please fly-in if you can, so we can park     you would like to present next year, please let
your aircraft with the corvettes and other show      me know so I can get you on the schedule. We
cars that will be there. It begins at 10:00am and    have also had some board members move away
goes until about 2:00pm. Come early to help if       and resign so there are some openings. If you
able.                                                are interested in making a difference and having
                                                     a bigger part in the Chapter, please let me know.
As we move into the fall, we are nearing the
                                                                t come
                                                     If you don’ to me, I may be coming to you
annual Chili cook-off at the November 11th
                                                     anyway. Thanks again for all you do.
meeting. Get those recipes ready and plan on a
great dinner for $5.00 at 5:30 with the regular Fly Safe,
meeting around 7:00.                            Roch LaRocca


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                                       NEWS CLIPS



                                                 By Steve Jones
 By Roch LaRocca                                 Sept 22, 2006, Oceana Naval Air Station
 The November meeting/Chili-cookoff will                                     Top
                                                 Popularized in the movie, “ Gun” F-14 , the
 feature a presentation by Kris Niswonger on     Tomcat air superiority fighter was retired
 Power Off Landing procedures and                today. Spiraling maintenance costs and
 techniques. Given Randy Stout’   s recent       competition for mission with the F-18E/F
 experience, this is a timely presentation.      Super Hornet led the Navy to this decision.




 By Roch LaRocca                                 By Norris Warner
              Chicken Chardonnay                    s Welding and Machine Shop is back
                                                 Sal’
                                                 running.
   penne pasta, roma tomatoes, grilled
                                                 Many Chapter 35 members have leaned on
      spinach, sautéed mushrooms
                                                                  many
                                                 Sal Hernandez’ talents in times past,
     with a creamy chardonnay sauce              whether it be precise machining or aluminum
                                                 or stainless welding, the quality of his work is
         Grilled Vegetable Medley
                                                 widely known and respected.
              Fresh Garden Salad                 A few months ago, Sal had a hip replaced,
                 Garlic Bread                    and so is somewhat mobile these days. He
                                                 still struggles from an earlier injury, but he is
              Chocolate Dream Pie                grateful for the ability to get back to shop
    pecan crust, cream cheese filling,           work, even for just a few hours a day.
          chocolate pudding,                     If you have a task that is beyond your skill
                                                 level, I invite you to call Sal at 210.627.0246.
       chocolate chips and pecans
                                                                    ll be
                                                 I guarantee you’ pleased with the work
                 Ice Tea/Coffee                  and the cost, too!
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                                            ONE
                     AIRCRAFT SCALES POLICY— MORE TIME
By: Norris Warner                                     replies, and we each ended up paying a little
Many of you have heard me expound over the            over $35.
years about a real need to have a set of reliable   Early on in my telephone survey, one of the
aircraft scales available. I've weighed (and run    responders suggested that anyone who had had
the numbers to arrive at the C.G.) on at least a    the opportunity to be part of this "co-op" and
dozen aircraft--and I've rarely been satisfied that turned the offer down still could use the scales
my weights were spot on. Why? The scales we         at a later date-but only with a donation to
were forced to use--and the unfortunate fact that   Chapter 35 of double the join-in fee. And so that
frequently only one scale was available.            is the rule. (Of course , recent joiners to
Some folks think that electronic bathroom scales Chapter 35 are afforded the same privilege).
are fine, but on all that I've seen, the scale "on" That donation goes into our tool crib account.
button must be tapped before putting weight on Here then is a summary of the "Co-op's" rules:
it. On all but the lightest aircraft, that means    1. The set will be kept at San Geronimo, at Don
lowering a jacked-up aircraft to the scale very     Woodham's hangar/home.
quickly after pressing the button. And then I find
varying weights displayed.                          2. Chapter 35 will, in perpetuity, oversee the
                                                    sign-out of the set, but ownership resides in the
When we are able to borrow a set of platform        Co-op.
(Fairbanks-Morse type) scales, sometimes we
find we can't get under the wing (on a low-wing 3. Co-op members may use the set on any
aircraft) to reach a wheel. And when you can, if airplane that they own, or own a portion of, at no
you only have one set of scales, you must           cost.
perfectly level the airplane--twice--to be certain 4. Damage to the set caused by misuse or
to get true weights. My experience is that it       carelessness will be corrected by the member
takes a surveyor's level to achieve this            involved.
necessary degree of accuracy.
                                                    5. Any non-Co-op member (but EAA member)
About three years ago, I got a group of EAA         desiring to use the set can ask a member to
members (nearly all are Chapter 35 members)         check the set out and assist in the weighing of
together--call it a Co-op--to buy a state-of-the-   the non-member aircraft. That non-member will
art, electronic scale set. This set has a pad for   donate twice the enrollment fee to EAA Chapter
each wheel, is accurate to 1/10 of 1 %, and has 35 ($70.00).
a digital read-out for each wheel--plus it gives
                                                    Remember, safe flight begins with a known
total weight. And yes, the scales are calibrated
                                                    center of gravity! Phone Norris at 830.510.4334
and certified. We have a nice set of ramps to roll
                                                    or e-mail niwarner@hctc.net. Don Woodham
the A/C onto the pads. The first airplane we
                                                    can be reached at 210.688.3052 or cell
weighed was the Kolb Slingshot of Ian Heritch,
                                                    210.884.6208 or e-mail, dhw.2@juno.com.
and it was truly a ten-minute job for a small,
happy crew.
When I
contacted all
chapter
members about
joining this co-op
ownership, I got
about 40 “  yes”                           EAA
                            Mustang Dreams— 35 Meeting Aug 2006


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                                 FIRST IMPRESSIONS - CH-601XL
By: Steve Jones                                       On the previous flight, Alex and Karl saw the
Special thanks to Alex Roca for letting us ride       undervolt error just as they rotated. The EFIS
along in his new CH-601XL. Thank goodness             went a little squirrely as they proceeded toward
he needs more for it than I can afford. I don't       Medina Lake. But the real fun was the turn to
know what I'd do if that XL followed me home.         final, where, just as they lowered the electric
                                                      flaps, the whole panel went dead.
Boerne Stage Airport, Labor Day, 2006. The            Disconcerting, yes, but with twin carbs and two
sky was a menacing hazy country blue. Not so magnetos, it was a sure bet the engine would
much from the ground, but once in the air, it was keep itself running.
barely VFR.
                                                      "Boerne Stage traffic, Experimental One One
We settled into the cockpit and started the           Four Alpha Romeo taking active 35 for
preflight checklist. Master, on. Battery, on.         departure to the west, Boerne."
Alternator, on. Several indicators lit up, letting us
know the state of the power bus. Avionics, on.
The tranquil serenity of the warm and stifling air
was interrupted by a squirring sound as the turn
coordinator gyro spun to life.




                                                     Ok, electrical gremlins fixed, it was time to play.
                                                     The Grand Rapids EFIS and EIS talk to each
                                                     other, so the big LCD screen in the radio stack
                                                     gave us instant telemetry on the engine. But,
                                                     there was more. With an attached GPS, the
Starter, engaged. The Jabiru engine purred to        EFIS also showed aircraft attitude and location.
life like a Porsche, and well it should, since VW    And, with the XM weather receiver, we were
and Porsche engines are in its pedigree. The         getting weather radar updates once a minute.
artificial horizon waggled around showing the        Terrain? Oh, yeah. We switched to terrain
plane nutating impossibly through the air. This      mode, to see that anything on the screen in red
would clear up as we brought the RPM up and          was a warning to turn or climb. Good thing, too.
got the vacuum pump going fast enough to             The haze was thick -- about three to five miles
smooth out the pulses.                               visibility.
Canopy, latched. Intercom, check. And we're          We played a bit with the heading bug on the
rolling. The EFIS showed an undervolt error,         EFIS, and sat back as the autopilot turned us to
but we were pretty confident we'd found the bad      the new heading and leveled the wings Then
connection in the voltage regulator, so this error   we switched the mode to NAV. The EFIS had a
should clear as we begin our takeoff roll. (Or       destination waypoint for Castroville, so it
not, but you only live once)
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                         FIRST IMPRESSIONS - CH-601XL (CONTINUED)
commanded the autopilot to turn to a new                final visual scan confirmed no one was about to
course to the distant airport. Oddly, the autopilot     pounce us, so we were clear to call final.
decided a 270 degree turn to the right was better       "Boerne Stage traffic, Four Alpha Romeo turning
than a 90 degree turn to the left, but who am I to      final for runway 35, full stop, Boerne."
second guess a computer?
Solid. The CH-601XL is spirited, and responds
well to the controls, but the aerodymanic forces
on the control surfaces ensure you really want to
depart from straight and level flight -- especially
the rudder. You definitely have to step on it.
Electric elevator and aileron trim motors make
short work of trimming for level flight, and once
there, hands off flight is a breeze. As long as
there's no breeze. The wing loading is pretty
light. This makes for an efficient flight, but it can
get bumpy. An extra tug at the lap and shoulder
belts ensured that I ddn't bounce off the canopy
in rough air. The Y-shaped center-mounted
stick may look funny at first, but it works really
well. You just rest your forearm on the armrest
                                                  We turned, pointed the nose for the threshold
and your hand falls onto your half of the stick.
                                                  and rode the glidepath like a rail. Well, a bumpy
It's really comfortable. The visibility out of the
                                                  rail, but it was all good. Just as Alex was going
Zenith is astounding. The bubble canopy gives
                                                  to squeek a perfect landing, the air burbled, so
a full 360 degree view of the sky above. The
                                                  we bounced a couple of inches into the air. Alex
view over the nose isn't too bad, either.
                                                  apologized. I assured him the X-Plane
As we turned back toward Boerne, we heard the simulated XL can bounce ten feet into the air,
chatter pick up. It was lunch time and the        which sets me up for a perfect touch-and-go. (I
pattern was filling up. There was a Cessna a      mean't to do that!)
couple of miles ahead of us and to the right, and
                                                  The rollout was short, so we turned off midfield
a Bonanza five miles behind and to the left,
                                                  right in front of Alex's hanger. The flight was a
flying a non-standard left approach. A quick
                                                  real treat. Thanks Alex, for letting us ride along
scan of the EFIS confirmed our position relative
                                                  in your outstanding CH-601XL.
to the other traffic, so we picked up our visual
scan. The haze prevented us from seeing the       While we were there, Freda saw her first Long-
other aircraft, but everyone did a fine job of    EZ. She was quite amazed. "Like something
updating their position, so we could maintain     out of Star Wars," I think was the quote.
situational awareness. We finally spotted the
Cessna as he cleared the threshold and flared.
We throttled back, and the six-cylinder Jabiru
3300, already silky smooth, quieted to a
whisper. With descent fixed at 500 feet per
minute, we called base and scanned again for
the Bonanza. The Bonanza pilot called three
miles and ready to enter a left 45, so we were
clear. We turned right base and set flaps -- this
time the panel stayed lit. Our solder job held. A

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               STAN SHANNON RECEIVES EAA PRESIDENTS AWARD
By: Linda Ridgway                                     always getting enough volunteers. Although 200
                                                      raising money to pay for infrastructure needed to
                                                      people the fly-in. One shower house has
                                                      supportvolunteer to make the fly-in a reality,
At the prestigious President's Circle Banquet on
At the prestigious President's Circle Banquet on
Saturday evening, July 29, 2006, at AirVenture
                                                      already been added, butmore areone needs to
                                                      Shannon estimates 100 another needed.
Saturday evening, July 29, 2006, at AirVenture        "Most everyone who volunteers is over people
                                                      be built. A headquarters building where40, many
Oshkosh, Stan Shannon was recognized for his
Oshkosh, Stan Shannon was recognized for his
many years of service to EAA and the
                                                      can over 50,out of the sun,over 70", Shannon
                                                      are gather, and a lot are is also needed. "We
many years of service to EAA and the                  could build this into a major event," Shannon
                                                      says. "Our goal is to get more young people
Southwest Regional Fly-In (SWRFI). As the             says, "and if we do our job well, we know it'll be
longtime President of SWRFI, Stan has built a         good for the mother trying to do and vice
                                                      involved." They are organizationjust that. A boot
first class leadership team and has established       camp for troubled youth helps set up and tear
                                                      versa."
outstanding relations in Hondo TX, the current        down; then those who help can come to the fly-
and future home of the regional fly-in. Laudatory
and future home of the regional fly-in. Laudatory     At the spectators, under supervision. They also
                                                      in, as conclusion of EAA President Tom
comments for Shannon as a recipient of the
comments for Shannon as                               Poberezny's remarks, Shannon gracefully Patrol,
                                                                                  involve Civil Air
award included:                                       accepted the award, saying "this truly belongs to
                                                                                  Girl and Boy
a recipient of the award
                                                                                  Scouts, fly-in such a
                                                      all of the volunteers that make our in addition to
included:                                             success."
Over recent years, the fly-in was moved several                                   a troop of Police
times recent years, the fly- current destination in
Over before coming to its                                                         Explorer Scouts.
in was Country. They
the Hill moved several were looking for an
times that wouild have enough space as well as
airportbefore coming to its current destination in                               For the future,
the Hill Country. They were looking for a
a city that would welcome them. When annew            Shannon will concentrate on raising money to
city manager came to Hondo, they realized they
airport that wouild have enough space as well as      pay for infrastructure needed to support the fly-
had found their spot. In two years, the fly-in has    in. One shower house has already been added,
a city that would welcome them. When a new
grown, and the 42nd annual fly-in, held in June       but another one needs to be built. A
city manager came to Hondo, they realized they
2006, was bigger and better than at any other
had since 1996:                                       headquarters building where people can gather,
time found their spot. In two years, the fly-in has
grown, and the 42nd annual fly-in, held in June       out of the sun, is also needed. "We could build
2006, was bigger and better than at any other         this into a major event," Shannon says, "and if
Attendance was 6,100; a 35% increase over
2005sincea 52% increase over 2004.
time and 1996:                                        we do our job well, we know it'll be good for the
                                                      mother organization and vice versa."
Attendance was 6,100; a 35% increase over
Approximately 750 aircraft flew to Hondo; a 46%       At the conclusion of EAA President Tom
2005 and a 52% increase over 2004.
gain from 2005 as well as the greatest number         Poberezny's remarks, Shannon gracefully
Approximately
in 10 years. 750 aircraft flew to Hondo; a 46%        accepted the award, saying "this truly belongs to
gain from 2005 as well as the greatest number         all of the volunteers that make our fly-in such a
One of the most difficult aspects of the fly-in is
in 10 years.
always getting enough volunteers. Although 200        success."
people volunteer to make the fly-in the fly-in
One of the most difficult aspects of a reality, is
Shannon estimates 100 more are needed.
"Most everyone who volunteers is over 40, many
are over 50, and a lot are over 70", Shannon
      Good Neighbors— Boerne Stage Airport Sep 2006
says. "Our goal is to get more young people
involved." They are trying to do just that. A boot
camp for troubled youth helps set up and tear
down; then those who help can come to the fly-
in, as spectators, under supervision. They also
involve Civil Air Patrol, Girl and Boy Scouts, in
addition to a troop of Police Explorer Scouts.

For the future, Shannon will concentrate on
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                       EAA TEXAS FLY-IN OFFICER REALIGNMENT
By: Linda Ridgway
    Norris Warner                                      Now on to the to pay for infrastructure needed to
                                                       raising money new leadership crew (you can see
                                                       support the in the Chapter 35 clubhouse). On
                                                       this posted fly-in. One shower house has
The South West Regional Fly-In (SWRFI)—          now
                                                       the aircraft side of the organization, you will to
At the prestigious President's Circle Banquet on already been added, but another one needs find
more popularly known as The EAA Texas Fly-
                                                       Ron Paduh, Don Woodham and where people
Saturday evening, July 29, 2006, at AirVenture be built. A headquarters buildingCliff Elrod as
      has
In— reordered its leadership as it moves his can gather, out ofOn the groundside— "We
Oshkosh, Stan Shannon was recognized for               Vice Presidents. the sun, is also needed.           the
forward.
many years of service to EAA and the                   support staff, we have Vice event," Shannon
                                                       could build this into a major Presidents Joanne
                                                       Warner, John Kuhfahl job well, Talley. it'll be
Southwest Regional Fly-In (SWRFI). As thethey says, "and if we do ourand Davewe knowThese
 Most all of the valued volunteers knew that
longtimework harder— they Stan has built a
couldn’    t President of SWRFI, asked that we
                            so                         are all fly-in mother folks, and we are led
                                                       good for the orientedorganization and vice by the
                                                       newly elected SWRFI President, Norris Warner.
                                     has established versa."
first class leadership team andserious
                   and
work smarter— that led to
                          in Hondo TX, the current
outstanding relationsfly-in schedule. These
simplifications in the
and futurelisted below, were lauded by Laudatory At the conclusion of EAAkicked upstairs as
changes, home of the regional fly-in. the              Stan Shannon has been President Tom
comments for Shannon as a recipient of the             Chairman of remarks, and CEO, and will
national organization and many of the exhibitors Poberezny's the BoardShannon gracefully
award included: EAA chapters.
and contributing                                       expend considerable energy raising funds and
                                                       accepted the award, saying "this truly belongs to
                                                       providing long range planning, now that the fly-
                                                       all of the volunteers that make our fly-in such a
                                                       in has been
                         Set-up was moved several success." awarded the IRS designation
Over recent years, the fly-inThursday—
1. Two days only—                            no
times before coming to its current destination the 501(c)3 status.
     Saturday, work-day and contract much of        in
      Hill Country. They were looking for an
the work.
2. Change Date to the enough space as well as
airport that wouild have first weekend in June to On Stan’        s personal staff, one significant change
              would welcome them. When a new
a city thatMoms Day.
     avoid                                             is found in Bob Master’         s stepping up to replace
3. manager came to Hondo, they realized they Deck Yoes as secretary Deck has provided
cityNo air show.
hadMinimum Judging— years, the + Tony’invaluable service for four years as fly-in
                              two
4. found their spot. InOfficers choice fly-in has    s
     Award(s) + 42nd annual fly-in, Antique +
grown, and theBest Vintage + Bestheld in June secretary, and now deserves some time off.
2006, was bigger and better than at any other
     Best Ultralight.
time since 1996: outdoors— use Corrigan’ Many of the solid volunteers will remain in the
5. All Exhibitors                 not              s
     hangars.                                          positions they have held, where their experience
Attendance was 6,100; a 35% increase over for is so valuable.
6. Food Vendors cover Thurs and Fri nights
2005 and a 52% increase over 2004.
     campers.
7. Banquet at Fairground bldg. or Killian              We are always looking for committed EAA
Approximately 750 aircraft flew to Hondo; a 46% members to step up into responsible positions of
                the
     Hangar— only catered meal—            Saturday
gain from 2005 as well as the greatest number
     evening.                                          leadership. If you have a particular area of
in 10 years.
8. Fly Market— tables like Ham or Gun
                    rent                               interest and would like to contribute your time
     show.                                             and skills, please contact any of these leaders
9. Collect most difficult aspects of street—
One of the all $ at first turn to Spatzthe fly-in is   mentioned.
     Parking, Armbands, Camping, Although
always getting enough volunteers.Hookups. 200
people volunteer to make the Pilots!!!reality,
10. Find a way to collect from fly-in a                 As always, VOLUNTEERS do have the most
Shannon estimates 100 more are needed. do
11. No Shuttles— hotels and merchants
                     let                               fun!
     it— are who volunteers is
"Most everyonemaking the money.over 40, many
          they
are No printed program. RecreationShannon
12. over 50, and a lot are over 70", Center
     available on is to get fee young
says. "Our goal individualmorebasis. people
                                          that. A boot
involved." They are trying to do just very well
13. Do Exhibitors and Forums well—
     that is a major youth
camp for troubled draw. helps set up and tear
down; then those who help can come to the fly-
14. Study cost of and improvement of
in, as spectators, under supervision. They also
     announcing and sound.
involve downAir Patrol, Girl and Boy Scouts, in
15. Cut Civil on planning meetings.
addition some security during event and special
16. Hire to a troop of Police Explorer Scouts.
                                                                  Pair of Eights - EAA 35 Meeting Aug 2006
     help with cash control.
For the future, Shannon will concentrate on
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                        WOOD PROPELLERS AND MAINTENANCE
By: Linda Ridgway Tech Counselor
    Norris Warner,                                 when it comes to wood props, but there are a
                                                   raising money to pay for infrastructure needed to
                                                   support the fly-in. One shower house has
                                                   few very important things we should
Wood propellers were virtually the only type
At the prestigious President's Circle Banquet on already been added, but another one needs to
                                                   acknowledge:
known on lower horsepower engines from the
Saturday evening, July 29, 2006, at AirVenture be built. A headquarters building where people
time of theStan Shannon was recognized for his Have a “out plate on theis alsoof the prop that
Oshkosh, Wright Brothers up until the late                   crush”the sun, front needed. "We
                                                   can gather,      of
       s. They service to EAA and the
1940’ ofhave proved to not only be low
many years                                                      the name. Mine are home made
                                                   is worthy ofthis into a major event," Shannonon
                                                   could build
cost, but reasonably efficient and quite
Southwest Regional Fly-In (SWRFI). As the          a lathe, and we do our job well,thick aluminum.
                                                   says, "and if never less than ¼” know it'll be
                                                                                      we
            at          proper Stan
durable— least with SWRFI,care. has built a
longtime President of                              good for thethe torque values should be, given
                                                   Know what mother organization and vice
first class leadership team and has established versa." of the bolts you are using (and don’
                                         roll
Today, many dedicated homebuilders “their the size                                                t
outstanding relations in Hondo TX, the current
       and
own” generally are very proud of and                                   drag
                                                   forget to add the “ torque”       associated just
and future home of the regional fly-in. Laudatory At the conclusion of EAA President Tom
pleased with their work. as a recipient of the a
comments for Shannon And while there are           with the nut).remarks, Shannon gracefully
                                                   Poberezny's
good number of custom shops that cater to the accepted the award, saying "this truly belongs to
award included:                                    Use a calibrated torque wrench (ask Bob
homebuilder, the longtime established leader in all of the volunteers has one). our fly-in such a
                                                   Cabe— tool crib that make
                                                            the
certified wood propellers is the Sensenich Wood success."
Over recent years, the fly-in was moved several
times before comingin Plant City, Florida. Their Safety the prop bolts—
Propeller Company to its current destination in                             ordinarily in pairs.
the Hill Country. They were looking for an the Check the prop for tracking. Remove one
website is a treasure trove of information on
care and feeding have enough and if you are
airport that wouildof wood props,space as well as sparkplug from each cylinder and rotate the prop
a city that would welcome them. When a new
into wood, please check out their website:         slowly past a fixed point. Variation should not
city manager came to Hondo, they realized they exceed 1/8 “      .
http://www.sensenichprop.com (Thanks to
had found their spot. In two years, the fly-in has
Lew Mason for alerting me to this very valuable Re-torque the prop every 50 hours or at least at
grown, and the 42nd annual fly-in, held in June
source). bigger and better than at any other
2006, was                                          the change of seasons.
time since 1996: a friend from the past found
A few weeks back,                                      Please keep in mind that the friction between the
me by Googling—     I guess. We were both BD-4         crush plate and the wood is what drives the
                            35%
Attendance was 6,100; as, andincrease over
builders in the late 1960’ I lost track of                         it is
                                                       propeller— not the bolts! Should you find
2005 and a 52% increase overfrom California in
Chuck when I was reassigned 2004.                      very low torque values when you recheck your
the summer of 1971 (we flew our newly                  torque, pull the crush plate off and inspect the
Approximately 750 aircraft flew to Hondo; a 46%
completed, 180 hp, constant speed prop                 underlying wood for charring (BURNING
gain from 2005 as well as the greatest number
equipped -4 to Oshkosh while enroute to the
in 10 years.                                           CAUSED BY SLIPPAGE). If so, you really
East coast). Turns out my friend damaged his           should send your prop to an approved repair
aluminum prop thanks toaspects of the fly-in is
One of the most difficult the notoriously weak         station to determine if it can be restored to
nose gear on the BD-4, and so switched to a
always getting enough volunteers. Although 200         airworthiness.
wood prop. He reported the fly-in a degraded
people volunteer to makethat it hardlyreality,
                                                       I had a chance to speak with the Sensenich
Shannon estimates 100the mid 70’
performance, and so in more are needed. for
                                      s headed
"Most everyone who volunteers is over 40, many         gang at AirVenture in July, and they indicated
Oshkosh.
are over 50, and a lot are over 70", Shannon           that the cost to refinish one of their prop was
says. "Our goal older, wiser, young people
Soon Chuck wasis to get more and a bit battle-         $200, providing there was no significant
scarred after his are trying to do just that. A boot
involved." They wooden prop departed the               damage. As an aside, chapter member Stan
engine. troubled youth helps set up and his
camp forTurned out he had not re-torquedtear           Shannon happens to be a Sensenich dealer, so
              those who help can come to the
down; thenever! His four-year-old BD-4 wasfly-
new prop—                                              you might wish to save a few bucks by
destroyed in the under supervision. They to
in, as spectators,forced landing, and all duealso      contacting Stan when you need a new prop—
involve proper propellerGirl and Boy Scouts, in
lack of Civil Air Patrol, maintenance.                 wood or aluminum.
addition to a troop of Police Explorer Scouts.
The website that is shown above is the real deal
For the future, Shannon will concentrate on
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                                                                    CONTACTS LIST
   POSITION                                     NAME                             PHONE                                          EMAIL
 PRESIDENT                               ROCH LaROCCA                        210-408-7964 (C)210-218-9445                            rocbar@sbcglobal.net
 VICE PRESIDENT
 SECRETARY                               DANNY BEAVERS                       830-931-9053 (C)210-213-0102                            dbeavers@prodigy.net
 TREASURER                               JOANNE WARNER                       830.510.4334                                            njwarner@hctc.net
 AT LARGE (B)
 AT LARGE (B)
 AT LARGE (B)                            BOB CABE                            210.493.7223                                            bob_cabe@hotmail.com
 PP (B)                                  SKIP BARCHFELD                      830.363.7649                                            jmr2@awsomenet.net

 PP (B)                                  DAN CERNA                           210.6889345                                             dacerba@aol.com
 PP (B)                                  LEW MASON                           210.688.9072                                            lewnan@sbcglobal.net

  CHAIRPERSON                                 NAME                               PHONE                                          EMAIL

AIR ACADEMY
YOUNG EAGLES                        BRAD DOPPELT                             (C)210.380.2025                                      brad_doppelt@yahoo.com
FACILITIES                          JOHN KUHFAHL                             210.688.9473 (C)210.365.0120                         johnkuhfahl@yahoo.com
GROUNDS                             NANCY MASON                              210.688.9072                                         lewnan@sbcglobal.net
COMM GEAR                           JAMES MUNRO                              210.680.3629                                         mr.munro@juno.com
MEMBERSHIP                          NORRIS WARNER                            830.510.4334 (C)210.363.1282                         njwarner@hctc.net
NEWSLETTER                          STEVE JONES                              210.679.8783                                         eaa35news@gmail.com
HANGAR                              DAN CERNA                                210.688.9345                                         dcerna@aol.com
TOOL CRIB                           BOB CABE                                 210.493.7223                                         bob_cabe@hotmail.com
PUBLIC AFFAIRS
FLIGHT ADVISORS                     SKIP BARCHFELD                           830.363.7649                                         jmr3@awsomenet.net
                                    NORRIS WARNER                            830.510.4334 (C)210.363.1282                         njwarner@ev1.net
                                    JIM MCIRVIN                              (C)210.275.7780                                      champ_pilot@sbcglobal.net
TECHNICAL                           SKIP BARCHFELD                           830.363.7649                                         jmr4@awsomenet.net
COUNSILORS                          NORRIS WARNER                            830.510.4334 (C)210.363.1282                         njwarner@ev1.net
                                    PAUL MCREYNOLDS                          210.697.1434 (C)210.363.1434                         pmcreynolds@satx.rr.com
                                    STAN SHANNON                             830.997.8802 (C)830.456.2182                         shannons@beecreek.net
                                    STEVE FORMHALS                           210.695.6610 (C)210.289.3984                         sformhals@satx.rr.com


Please Read This…Please note that, as always, in the past, present, or future, any communication issued by the Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 35, regardless
of form, format, and/or media used, which includes, but it not limited to this newsletter and audio/video recordings, any digital formats including any EAA Chapter 35
website, is presented solely for the purpose of providing a clearinghouse of ideas, opinions, and personal accounts. Anyone using the aforementioned does so at their own
risk. Therefore, no responsibility or liability is expressed or implied and you are without recourse to anyone. Any event announced and/or listed herein is done as a matter
of information only and does not constitute approval, control, involvement, sponsorship or direction or any event local or otherwise.




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                                 2006 CHAPTER CALENDAR

 DAY/MONTH                     PROGRAM                                 TIME

   14 JANUARY                     MEETING                          BOARD MEETING 4:00
                       Major Wade Buxton: Local Area Flying
                  USAF –                                             DINNER AT 5:30
                           and Military Conflicts                   PROGRAM AT 7:00
  11 FEBRUARY                     MEETING                            DINNER AT 5:30
                                       USAF RET
                          Rufus Barnes –                            PROGRAM AT 7:00


    11 MARCH                  EARLY MEETING                          COFFEE AT 2:00
                   ROGER WILLIAMSON: STRATUS SUBARU                 PROGRAM AT 2:30
                              CONVERSION

    18 March      YOUNG EAGLE/BOY SCOUT MERIT BADGE           PILOTS AND VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
                     PROGRAM AT HONDO 9:00— 3:00

     8 APRIL               PANCAKE BREAKFAST                                    11:00
                                                                   SERVING 9:00 –


    12-14 May                 SWRFI AT HONDO                     ALL VOLUNTEERS ABOARD


     10 JUNE                      MEETING                            DINNER AT 5:30
                           BOARD MEETING @4:00                      PROGRAM AT 7:00
                     BRUCE KING PRESENTER ON BK-1.5
     17 JUNE                  YOUNG EAGLES                                CNX
     8 JULY                       MEETING                         REFRESHMENTS AT 4:00
                         BILL BARTLETT PRESENTER
                  HOW
                  “ I BUILT MY LIGHT-SPORT AIRCRAFT”
 23-30 EAA @OSH               OSHKOSH FLY-IN
   12 AUGUST                      MEETING                         REFRESHMENTS AT 4:00
                               BUILDING THE E-RACER
                  ROCH LaROCCA “
  9 SEPTEMBER         CHAPTER WORKDAY AND PICNIC                       9:00 —3:00


 16 SEPTEMBER                 YOUNG EAGLES
   14 OCTOBER           S AND WHEELS GATHERING FOR
                    WING’                                          GATES OPEN AT 10:00
                         ANGEL FLIGHT FUNDRAISER


  11 NOVEMBER                  CHILI COOKOFF                         DINNER AT 5:30
                                                                     PROGRAM AT 7:00
   9 DECEMBER              CHRISTMAS BANQUET                        6:00 SOCIAL HOUR

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                                   WANTED AND FOR SALE
FOR SALE: N114AR 2005 Zenith CH-601XL                 Norris Cell: 210.363.1282 for general info.
                                                      Contact me for all details at Cell: 903.624.3595
                                                      or Home: 903.465.1701. Chuck Harris.

                                                          SATURDAY CLEANUP PICTURES




Jabiru 3300, GRT EFIS, GRT EIS, XM Weather,
Autopilot, Icom A-200 Comm, Narco AT-150
transponder, AH, DG, TC, VSI, Lift Remaining
Indicator, excellent cross country machine.
Reason for selling: got the bug to build another.
$75,000. Contact Alex Roca, cell 210.422.5972
Instructor Available. Chapter member Bob
Cabe has recertified his CFI & CFII. Available to
EAAers for BFR’ s. 210-493-7223.
For Aircraft Hangar Rentals at San Geronimo
Airpark, please call Dan Cerna 210-688-9345,
Dave Baker 210-410-9235 or Dennis Scheidt
210-688-3210
FOR SALE: TURBINE ENGINE. Solar T 41M-
9A turbine driven power and heating unit as
found in the KC-135A. Total unit is very large
and weighs 600 lbs, but turbine unit when
removed is very small and lightweight.
Reasonable offers accepted. .
FOR SALE: RING MOUNT FOR DYNAFOCAL
LYCOMING $75.00 . Just add your connecting
tubes to your firewall hard points. Not pretty, but
sound. Donated to chapter 35 by Stan
Shannon, SWRFI President. Contact: Norris
Warner, 830.510.4334, or cell 210.363.1282, e-
mail: njwarner@ev1.net for more info or picture.
FOR SALE: 1973 Grumman AAIB-N626OL
585 Since OH 6701 Total Time AF
Auto gas STC Radio Narco Escort 110
Best offer over $16,900
Contact Dixon Johnson, 830.755.4192
FOR SALE; V-6 STOL PROJECT—        Much like
             s four-place, Ford V-6. Contact
Norris Warner’

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                       AIR FORCE DESTROYS 110 FIREFLY TRAINERS
By: Norris Warner
Announced just a week ago, the United States        As observed today, the aircraft are being totally
Air Force has now brought in a salvage crew to      destroyed by large machinery with each one
the Hondo Municipal Airport, and has begun          becoming a pile of rubble in about 30 minutes.
destroying over 100 airplanes owned by the Air
Force.                                              While the Air Force is within its rights to take
                                                    them out of commission, the fact that none of the
                                                    component parts were stripped for resale is
                                                    criminal. There could be no liability issues
                                                    involved in selling off parts such as engines,
                                                    propellers, radios, etc., as they do not carry the
                                                    aircraft serial number. Even new, crated
                                                    engines were destroyed by torching holes
                                                    completely through these (the new cost of such
                                                    engines approaches $50,000).

                                                    We understand that the decision to destroy
                                                    perfectly saleable components was made at the
                                                    highest level. Shame on the Air Force for not
                                                    recovering one cent of the original acquisition
                                                    cost--$33,000,000!
These T-3 training aircraft were purchased by
the Air Force about 10 years ago and were used      It seems quite apparent that the Air Force is
to evaluate pilot prospects before allowing these   embarrassed by this awful action--guards are in
young men and women to proceed to USAF              place around the clock to keep everyone away--
flight school. The fleet suffered three accidents   especially the press. The destruction contractor
early on, and so they were all "grounded" and       has been told to put up a vision-proof barricade
stored at the Hondo field. Half of them had been    so that the actual mangling cannot be observed.
at the Air force Academy, and those were boxed
up and shipped to Hondo for storage.                It should pointed out that there is almost no
                                                    salvage value to the trash created, as these
                                                    modern airplanes are essentially built of
                                                    fiberglass and not aluminum.




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                    THROUGH THE LENS OF THE NEW DAVE BAKER




                                                          Dave stops to admire a meticulous RV-8




     Dustin Wilson tells us about Air Academy




                                                           A Note from Longtime Chapter 35 Member
                                                           Frank Ross:
                                                           Editor’s Note: Frank and bride Suk Hi have
                                                           spent the last couple years in England. Frank
                                                           is USAF (Ret.) and Suk Hi is an active duty
                                                           nurse.

   Vans Aircraft unveils RV-12 LSA Prototype at Oshkosh
                                                           “              d like
                                                            Thought you’ to know I fell into a bucket
                                                           of Roses here. Turns out, that even though
                                                           McChord AFB does NOT have a flying club,
                                                                                   s that
                                                           Ft Lewis DOES! How’ for irony? So, if
                                                           my household goods containing my flying
                                                                                  ll get
                                                           gear ever gets here, I’ my medical and
                                                           start my refresher training at Ft Lewis, flying
                                                                s and
                                                           152’ 172s in among the Blackhawks. It
                                                           sure is beautiful out here. The dry weather is
                                                           forecast to hang on through Autumn, so that’    s
                                                           even more good news! All our best to all of
                                                                                      P.S.
                                                           you. Frank and Suk Hi— Suk Hi’         s loving
                                                           her new job and managing to stay very busy.”


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                      ANOTHER SUPER ZODIAC JOINS THE FLEET
By Steve Jones                                     Morning broke early, so we made our way to
                                                   M04 to preflight the plane. We planned to sneak
                                                 s in
On page six, you were introduced to Alex Roca’ under Memphis Class B, and tank up at
beautiful CH-601XL. But why? In a word:            General Dewitt Spain (M01). It was a perfect
Barnstomers.com I’     d been more than curious    leg. We spotted only one other plane in Tipton
about the Zenair CH-601 series of aircraft. They county — crop duster crossing back and forth
                                                              a
seemed to offer nearly as much fun as a Vans       between two fields. But as we approached
aircraft at a fraction of the cost of an RV-6A.    Memphis, we saw the sky fill with commercial
                                                   traffic. M01 impressed us with smooth runways,
Sitting in the desert near Mojave, home of Burt    cheap fuel, and a nice FBO. Well worth the
Rutan and Scaled Composites, I spotted a           bombing run. It’ s nearly as nice as Castroville.
potentially perfect CH-601HDS. Freda
immediately contacted the seller in Ohio and       The forecast was for light turbulence, so we
began a dialog that would end with N2408S, a       pointed skyward and cliimbed to 6,500. There,
2000 CH-601HDS parked out at San Geronimo. the clouds were waiting to show us their
                                                   splendor. God truly blessed us that day.
My business associate and friend Karl readily
volunteered for the mission. We would fly to
Ohio, inspect the plane, test fly it, and decide
how we were flying back: Southwest or Zenith.




                                                         sa
                                                       It’big country we live in. The rolling hills and
                                                       proud pines of the Ohio Valley hid the menace
                                                          no
                                                       — place to put down in an emergency.
                                               1400 miles, and 17 hours on the Hobbes, we
We came back on Zenair Flight 601.             crossed over San Geronimo (8T8) and turned
At 7:30 P.M. we touched down in Covington, TN, toward Castroville. Ten minutes later, the
Freda’s home town. Our sister-in-law and       journey concluded on a rain soaked ramp.
nieces met us at the airport and exclaimed the Freda and Terri were thrilled to see us alive, and
obvious, “ s small.”
          That’                                as you see from that grin, no worse for the wear.

                                                                               s definitely a drink on the
                                                                 TSA Note: That’
                                                                 plane




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