I recall a guy named Mongo who hit the Wreck many years ago. IIRC, he
and his brother were eccentric, supposedly very wealthy, and were
wanting to build a wooden airplance much like Howard Hughes. Does
anyone remember him and has anyone heard whether or not he did it?
(or was he using David Eisen's Makita to make spam sausage?) LOL!
Jummy Minwax Mac
Whenever anyone mentions the Spruce Goose, the discussion often ends
up with the Mosquito RAF bomber. AKA as 'The Timber Terror' or 'The
One of my all-time favourite aircraft and one of the reasons wood is
my blood. (Those and the Morgan cars.) What you can't do with timber,
ply, and canvas.
Angela bought me a nice coffee-table book all about Ford's history of
This one, although a Plymouth, is one of my favourite:
Anyway, I digress. The Mosquito, equipped with 57 mm cannons , towards
the end of the war, would even take out submarines.
IMHO, de Havilland's best work (aside of course from the AVRO
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