No Pusher would be complete without Woody!
The intrepid aviator, suitably decked out for a 53 degree morning flight to Bushnell for breakfast. It's 35 miles and I decided to go ahead despite the chill.
Woody in the hangar ... that's quite a climb to refuel from five gallon cans so I've ordered a fuel transfer pump and will rig that in the coming week or so.
Woody on the ramp in Iowa before I bought it. Denny decided he wanted an Ercoupe and with winter coming on it was a good time to make the move.
On the way to Bushnell ... thanks to Spencer for the great in-flight shot!
And another for good measure!
All in all, a grand day for flying, and a grand day to flex the Woody's wings. My test flying is in full swing and the results so far are exactly what I was looking for in a fun flyer. In fact, when Harris L. Woods showed his design to Paul Poberezny of EAA, Paul dubbed it the "Fun Airplane", though the name that stuck was "Woody's Pusher".