Thanks for the encouragement, but right now I seem to be simply doing dumb things that cause crashes. I've got to put in more stick time with expendable/repairable planes before I bring out my built up planes. I haven't been able to fly much, as I am building a new kitchen from scratch. I used to be a home designer/builder so the kitchen is not to hard for me, but I am now disabled by a nerve disease in my legs, I can't stand up more than 2-4 hours, before I am done for the day.
In 1985 my mother had terminal cancer, I took out my frustrations on my airplanes, I flew the
out of them, until they were destroyed, and then started flying a better one. I went through at least 6 planes that summer, because I flew from dawn to dusk every weekend, my last plane was a full house plane that I put 200+ flights on it with no crashes, except for takeoff and landing it didn't go 20 feet in a straight line, before I was trying some other stunt, my friends started calling me Wildflyer back then, and it has stuck with me since. Now I should be called Weird-flyer because of some of the stupid things I have done that caused crashes.
But now I am in forced retirement, kitchen is almost done, and summer is coming, so I am going to start a lot of flying. Things are getting better as I flown something every day, this year except 5 days when I just couldn't squeeze it in.