Thanks. Now I've looked into it further I see it's normally on a Saturday. So should be able to book a Friday off with less notice. Else I come down with something on the Friday which miraculously comes good by Monday 😄
American military is all metric, I'm surprised that doesn't flow on to the rest of the population.
Some things may never change. Having six inches sounds more appropriate than having 150mm for instance 😄
Retail fuel profit itself is quite low compared to other products. When I worked at a servo, the margin was maybe 5% over wholesale. That's ludicrously low. To compare, a lot of things you sell on shop shelves would have 50-100 % mark up over wholesale. Which of course is where the servo makes...
Bit like saying your Lotus Esprit uses a lot less fuel than my Toyota Land cruiser. Bushcat is fairly fast for a rag and tube bush plane, maybe 90 knts or so but it's stall is a bit high for some reason.
Shajen, have you flown a Bushcat yet? It is very roomy and flies nicely. The flap handle...
My computer just died and I haven't figured out how to upload pics on my blog via a phone so here's some. We moved it out of the two car garage and into a hanger. Finally attached the wings, which was freakin diabolical!
Two simple ways to explain it in my mind.
1) lift equals weight. The downforce of each little criiter equals their weight so nothing changes.
2) view the canaries as molecules instead. If molecules move around more rapidly in a closed container, the container will still behave in the same way...