Good to see a Cessna 182 complete another earthrounder in its stride.
Looking forward to reading this comprehensive blog.
He used to be here, for years. Good to know he is still “out there”.
People often do a publishing deal with some site…
Interesting, on his Goose Bay to Narsarsuaq leg his 182 didn’t have HF. I thought the Canadians required HF on this leg, but apparently not. He filed position reports via common VHF and airline relays, or In Reach and his overfly permit support crew.
Interesting he seems to have used a later model 182? The 470-S older version Continental engines have a MoGas STC which would be useful RTW?
on his Goose Bay to Narsarsuaq leg his 182 didn’t have HF
But he has one on the final flight from Hawai to California. In the final episode he even mentions of the removal of the HF.
He does not mention it in the initial preparatrion page though, and I have not yet found in which of the many episode the HF is fitted.
Edit: HF was installed before crossing to New Zealand. Got the tip from terbang’s report.