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Hi all. I'm a newbie here, that is seriously considering building a Cozy IV. I've starting researching as much online as I'm able to with my awful dialup. So far, I really like the feel of the community of builders. I was wondering if there was anyone in my area building/flying a Cozy. I'm located in Spokane, WA. I saw one last year I belive @ KSFF and think I saw a refernce to someone in Cheney, WA having one as well. Thanks for the help and looking forward to my involvement with this group.


Robert Stone

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You might want to sign up for the Central State Association Newsletter: Terry L Schubert [jschuber@juno.com]. Along with the newsletter is an index of builders and there must be 30 of them in Washington state that comes with the subscription. I didnt see anybody in the Spokane area but there might be someone in a nearby town. The CSA has a lot of great info for canardians... I think it is $25/year. Excellent buy.

Regards, Nick


Charleston, SC LongEZ, N29TM, 2400 hrs


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CSA membership is worth 10 EAA memberships and a couple of dozen AOPA's put together. A couple of project visits puts all the memberships and everything you read on the web into perspective.


John Slade

PS - I started building 40 months ago, and am almost done. See http://kgarden.com/cozy

Just dive in - the water's fine!

I can be reached on the "other" forum http://canardaviationforum.dmt.net

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Oh, don't get me wrong...I will more than likely join (especially with that kind of presure from you! ;-) I just need to get a few more spare bucks first. I kinda already spent the extra I wasn't counting on, especially since I need to pay for some flight time to get current. I also have to look into purchasing a house for the family or I can completly forget about a Cozy. Can't do that now can I?! I know how valuable it would be to meet and see some projects and that's why I stared this thread. I am also looking to get together with the local EAA Chapter (79 I believe) so as to get familiar with the local folks. I was just hoping that I could get together with some canarders. Thanks for the response and I have been to your site. You had some great info and the bird looks great. I am looking into the different powerplants and leaning toward the Mazda or possibly the Subaru. Since I figure I will have a few years to finish, should get a more positive idea by then. Thanks again and even though I might not come up with the time to comment a bunch, I'm reading and soaking up as much information as I can. You might say I'm "Sponge Bob"!!!!(sorry, that was bad ;-)


Robert Stone

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