Hangar Time

It is May in Texas so I have switched from afternoons and evenings at the hangar for the cool mornings.  I spent two Saturday mornings chasing the smell of mouse in my airplane... again.  Not fun.  All cleaned out and some air freshener sprayed.  I am in the process of finding another way to keep the mice from crawling up the tailwheel.  A metal wall should be hard to scale!  When completed I will post more pictures.

Several vintage airplanes graced the blue skies while I was working on the 170 this morning.  A beautiful Cessna 195 and a really nice Waco UPF.  Ah... I love the sound of radials in the morning!  I was able to snap a couple of nice shots on their departure.





Let the summer flying season begin!


Comments

Anonymous said…
I've "heard" that placing mothballs around, especially near the plane, may help with mouse control. I personally have not tried it.
Dan Linn said…
Yes, I have used mothballs in the past but they don't smell good to us humans so I have tried a couple different options.

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