Dad's air boat set up for first engine test run.
Son's air boat set up for engine stand and engine mounting.
"Why am I excited about this bomb?" Gather around boys and girls (that use to work, probably not so much now; regardless) and lets all get excited about this new bomb and the problem it is going to present for the bad guys. Oooohhhhhh goose bumps.
Allison is a defense specialist; bless her heart. She is giddy and using her best party voice and hand gestures to get us on board with a new bomb coming out. With a side smile and “a no” head shaking body language, Allison tells us why this new bomb is now to our advantage. Then she uses several examples about bad guys who can no longer hide in bad weather.
Allison, bless her heart, (yes, she get a double bless your heart this week) brings us such great news that I want to get up and give group hugs and snuggles.
Kiss your safe places goodbye buttercup!!
PUT ON HEAD PHONES. JUMP THE VOLUME UP A TAD.
If are thinking of becoming a defense specialist, spend a little time here today with Miguel Montalban.
Can get lost in this kid's guitar and music for hours on end. The music and talent with a back drop of every day people living everyday lives. Good stuff!
More at his website if you like. http://www.miguelmontalban.com/
SOME FINAL THOUGHTS THIS WEEK
The air boat projects have been a wonderful distraction. I have had time and taken the time to get back into the shop and immerse myself in a project. Son jumped on board making the projects something to share and for both of us to revisit this hobby.
I have spent time thinking of nothing else and mind 100% in design/building/problem solving. It is very healthy to get away from a mad mad world. Time to be thinking of more new projects. Maybe a few more bird houses this winter and an old time glider build with electrics.
Get out, enjoy, have fun and watch your six. Stay away from crowds.
Thanks for the visit this week.