14 years ago, I began writing the GyroJournal™. It was the story of what I was doing, what was going right and what I was struggling with in regard to the original HoneyBee. I found it to be a wonderful way of "bringing along" those that loved the original HoneyBee Gyro (G1) on my journey.
Unlike the earlier post called, "A Journey Worth Taking", the GyroJournal™ was more technical and factual in nature. I was trying to help others with their struggle of getting the CG right, how to plan a 100+ mile cross country flight, deal with blade angle settings, prop pitch settings, max static RPM's, thrust, fuel/oil issues and the list went on and on.
My question to you is, "Are you interested in this kind of information"? It is a lot of work so I want to be sure that it is helpful to a large group of you before I begin. If you think it will help you, please drop me a quick e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. All I need is a..."write it Buckaroo" in the subject of the e-mail and I will be off and GyroJournaling™.
Don't forget to go flying!