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great to see this project still going strong looking forward to see her complete and see her go threw the water again 100% credit to Mr smith and his team I remember the time I met Mr Smith way back before he had even found the boat or Donald he let me sit in his TVR :!cool: he then told me that looking for bluebird was his hobby :!thinking: could not believe it when I saw it on the news that he found it :D no need to say keep it going ATB

Added: January 5, 2015
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RIP Skipper

Added: January 4, 2015
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JUst a note to say. on this day 4th jan 67 I was there at coniston, RIP Skipper gone but not forgoten. POPS :!brokenheart: :!brokenheart:

Added: January 2, 2015
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Just got round to reading the November diary. I bloody love the diary entries so it made my New Year's Day - and I'm glad to hear the dog's OK. Keep up the good work.

Added: January 1, 2015
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I've been following the Bluebird Project for many years now, and just got caught up on the September & November 2014 entries. I am fascinated by this project, and to this someday-soon-homebuilt-aircraft-builder (Vans RV-8), the diary has been both educational and inspirational. I've always enjoyed your format of rant first, progress next; your candid honesty gives rise to hope that common sense has not left the human species altogether... at least, not just yet. I always take the time to read it all, and in my opinion there are no more or less words than are required. Be it metal or language, I know an artist when I see one. Please accept my sincere thanks for sharing this project in such detail. Well, there it is. Carry on.

Added: December 6, 2014
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We do have a business plan, it's modelled on that of Virgin Galactic. We are breaking new ground, albeit in museum conservation, so the job will be right, it will take as long as it takes and it will be worth waiting for.

Added: November 26, 2014
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I think it is a fantastic project and all credit is due.

However I would like to think I might make it to the launch day, and as I get older and the years go on I wonder if you will ever get it finished in time!!

I think you should have a 'business plan' with some target completion date even if things don't work out 100%.

Regards.


Added: November 25, 2014
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Recently visited the site,museum and tourist type attractions at the motor museum.

Felt the pang of youth,I was 13 in 1967, and saw the event on a black and white grainy TV.

All the thoughts I had looking at various bits-including the lift jacket worn on that fateful day,once again made me fel very proud of my nation,and what it stood for then.

All credit to the engineers dream,his unswerving tenacity,and his own "stuff of greatness", in achieving his goal-well done is an understatement.


Added: November 16, 2014
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Hi. Just read your latest diary entry. Loved the comments about verbosity. In fact, I don't find it verbose in the slightest. I hang out for Bluebird diary fixes and only wish there were more of them. Great to see the project coming along and a great admirer of what you are all doing. DC was one of my childhood heroes and I think he would be proud of what you have achieved. Cheers, Dave

Added: October 26, 2014
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Just watched the latest video - words fail me! - the team deserve medals............ :D :D :D

Added: October 23, 2014
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