One Week Wonder Update


Did you help build the One Week Wonder at the 2014 AirVenture? The Zenith CH 750 Cruzer reappeared at the Homebuilder's Hangar this week, sporting a new paint job. All our signatures are covered but the EAA has a plan.

Volunteers gathered electronic signatures from the hundreds of builders all week. They plan to make a vinyl stripe on the fuselage with the builders' signatures.


In addition, another EAA volunteer is making a database of the builders' log book to supplement the electronic signatures from this year with records made at the time of the build.


Louise Hose

Louise Hose is an instrument-rated, commercial pilot who regularly flies her RV-6, her husband’s RV-8, and an RV-3B and a Dream Tundra, which they built together. They live in Dayton Valley Airpark in Nevada. She also edits the monthly, free digital newsletter, The Homebuilder’s Portal by KITPLANES®.

One Reply to “One Week Wonder Update”

  1. As one of the volunteers working with collection of the signatures for the One Week Wonder, I had a great time speaking to all of the builders who came around to re-sign. I also enjoyed speaking to those who missed the opportunity to pull a rivet on the One Week Wonder project but were interested in what was accomplished by Airventure visitors during that short week two years ago.

    The One Week Wonder looks great with its new paint and I look forward to seeing it once the striping is complete.

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