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Monday, August 20, 2012

Passing of the wrench and 801 is ready to paint

Didn't make it to paint today, too many small things to get straightened out before the paint goes on.  I have learned that it is better to delay putting on the paint for one day than rushing the paint job and spending the next week trying to fix what you should have done in the first place.

 The passing of the wrench is a MMS tradition where the senior apprentice, who has finished his hours, passing the wrench on to the next guy in line.  Mark on the right is passing the wrench to Andy.  Both are with Missionary Aviation Fellowship.  Mark will be stationed in Cameroon after completing his licensing test.
 The 801 is now ready for paint and if all goes to plan the paint will start tomorrow.  Here is a front shot of the fuselage.
And a shot of the doors and my makeshift work station.

Hopefully pictures of paint tomorrow.  Josh

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