Fellow Musketeer's,

The 8 month annual is over and we will fly N65128 tomorrow to ensure all is right. Now it is for sale and posted in the classified ads on BAC. The long annual was our fault. We started in April after the airplane was out of annual for a month, so it's really been 9 months. The summer killed us on this as we could only work a few hours each day on the weekends before the Tucson heat index went to triple digits. Of course, we both couldn't break for every weekend and there were some part/tool/GSE issues to be resolve from time to time. But we were able to do almost all we wanted to the airplane. The cooler November weather (still in triple digits this October) provided extended work periods and we got most of the annual and mods complete then and took some time off with family. The good news here is; we are both still married. To the same gals no less. Maybe some day I'll have enough mad money to get a Sierra of my own. Great little airplane and I did have fun
learning a bit about them.

So, some one will get a pretty nice airplane and my knuckles will get some time to heal.

Marty Vanover
Phoenix, Az.

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