Originally Posted by snowman
Wayne, all I can offer you is that I too have stood there, looking at remnants of a plane that I had invested time, money, and hope in.......I have felt the loss and know full well the measure of emotional turmoil you're experiencing. I may have been at fault (I doubt it
) or it could have been any number of factors....none of which presented itself during a complete autopsy, but no one was hurt.....no damage to other's property occurred ........and the onlookers got the satisfaction of a sweet crash. Any pain I suffered in the wallet was dispersed by all the other pains in the ass going on in my life and the effect was minimal. Perfectionists have a hard time letting go!
It not nice to crash and even worse to loose plane completely and never find it.
It is much better feeling loosing a plane or crashing a plane that has many hours flying time on it.
Nothing worse than loosing a plane which we spend lots of time on and crash soon there after, crashing new plane sucks
out of old planes if fun because they are 3d and can take the abuse
I tried many times to break up twist 40 in the air and touch and goes
Twist 40 is unbreakable in the air