Friday, January 04, 2008


Here's a few pics of the airplane room in its current state. Still need a work bench!

Fancy cabinets for all my junk!

Shelf brackets and foam pipe insulation make a keen airplane rack!

Still awfully cluttered, but getting better. Now if I only had a work bench!

All for now, more later.

Thursday, January 03, 2008

Hello Dan

Just a quick post to say hello to my friend Dan in Pocatello. As you can see amigo, I have no problem with gun pics, LOL.

Don't worry Dan, the finger isn't for you! ;)

Hopefully I'll get the time/urge to get back into blogging soon. It's been a busy several months since my last post, and I'm just itching to tell everyone about it. The Big J Aviation Company has moved to a new headquarters, a new headquarters that had to be remodeled basically from the ground up, and that's not to mention all of the time it took to sort, clean, and move all of our shit. Some of it came with us, a lot of it went to the dump, and as a result we now have a lot more room. Thanks to the fact that this house is bigger, and our possessions are now lighter to the tune of about 5 dump loads in my old blue truck, the Big J Aviation Company now has a dedicated production facility that is no longer located on the dining room table.

Actually it's located on the floor of Big J's new airplane room.

Anybody got a 3' X 8' piece of counter top laying around that they're not using? I need a work bench!

I know I've been a bad blogger, but unfortunately there's only so many hours in a day. Here's a teaser pic of the new facility. I just wish I would've taken time out from all of the scrubbing, dump hauling, painting, screw driving, wood cutting, wire stringing, pipe fitting, and nail pounding and took some before pics, cuz the after pics are a long damn way from where we started. This room is a long damn way from where it was in this picture as a matter of fact, and anyone that reads this knows how much I hate home improvement. Turns out I don't mind it so much when I can work on a house I'm not living in yet.

More to come . . . . .