Hi there. If you would please take a moment and sign my blog, similar to signing a guest book...or write a bit more if you desire. Tailwinds and sunny skies to all. Dennis
Chris Esselstyn
3/21/2010 11:32:29 pm

Dennis,

Nice website with great progress pictures. I like your unique way of widening the fuselage, keep up the good work.

Chris

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Tim Lumpp N97
3/22/2010 03:16:49 am

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Darrell Doerhoff
3/22/2010 11:33:30 am

Nice website. Like you, I wanted something to "get there"
Cozy #1603

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Susan Passey
3/22/2010 03:14:49 pm

Hey -- the website looks good! Very professional! I'm impressed!

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Remi Khu
3/23/2010 04:58:17 am

Hey there Dennis,

That's one good looking machine and a mighty fine website. Can't wait to see her in flight!

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scott carter
3/23/2010 02:05:20 pm

I like it !! Great Ideas
but more sanding and less website

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How strange to build a plane in one's garage. Witnessing the marvel you are creating via this website helped the "Aha" light go on and now I understand it better.
Thanks!!

MRR

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4/16/2010 06:03:47 am

Hey Dennis,

Great ideas! Love the web site and its good to finally put a face with the name!


Bob

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6/5/2010 07:34:08 pm

What better to do while you're baby-sitting a new puppy that wants to play at 5am than read Dennis's web site...

This is going to be one impressive airplane, Dennis. Lots of excellent improvements and, judging from the pictures, high quality workmanship. I particularly like your wider fuselage idea. Not a "box" person, are you!

Keep up the good work, and eventually, enjoy the fruits of your labor.
Regards,
John

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John Wilson
7/29/2010 05:48:03 pm

Hi Dennis,

Great website and awesome build/aircraft...it has given me lots of motivation, keep up the great work...

Regards
John
Melbourne, Australia
Cozy #1598

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Brent Manwaring
8/4/2010 08:45:48 am

Dennis,
Love the site, the pictures and drawings. Hope you are able to find the time to get her finished in the next 2-3 years as planned. It is exciting to see the unique concepts and progress. Keep at it.
Brent Manwaring

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Curt Smith
9/2/2010 01:53:30 pm

Dennis,

Beautiful work and very creative ideas - I might borrow a few when rebuild time comes!

Keep up the fantastic work!

Curt
Cozy IV N10CZ
800+ flight hours
St. Louis metro

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9/29/2010 12:36:38 pm

Dennis,
Your website and ideas are awesome. You have incorporated many of the concepts that I have only dreamed about.
Keep the updates coming.
Kind Regards,
Duane Carriger
Cozy MKIV #1581
Indiana

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Rusty Bailey
10/23/2010 01:55:08 am

Great site. Learning lots, collecting ideas, having a few ideas of My own. Learning a lot, looking to learn even more. Thank you for sharing.

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Jim Cotter
10/24/2010 12:11:40 pm

Great Stuff I enjoyed looking at it all

Best of Luck with your build

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Scott R.
12/12/2010 12:08:58 am

Excellent website! Great ideas for changes. Can you email me for a couple specific questions?

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David D Johnson
5/2/2011 04:13:26 pm

Dennis,

You are a true artist and inspiration. Your line about, "turning 70 and..." has inspired me to get going. It seems you are enjoying the build - I can't wait to get going myself. When's the next update?

DJ

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Justin
1/19/2012 10:19:38 am

Great Site, do you have more info and interior pics from image 14 of 49 on your "Cool Canards" page?

Did you sell your first set of plans?

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Robert Simmons
1/11/2013 05:57:44 am

I love your website very well done. I have been trying to decide what aircraft to build I was stuck either long ex or a Q200 quickie or the cozy after reading your site I am going to go with the cozy thank you.

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Dennis
1/12/2013 12:25:01 am

Thanks! They are very versatile, these Cozy's, and if you are going to pick one plane to build for traveling, this one offers room and speed. I would say GREAT Choice!...and glad to help you make the decision. =)

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2/24/2013 08:29:51 am

Hello, excellent project you have here. I was curious about your wings, I have a Cozy in the works as well with similar goals. Can you give me more information on how to contact Dennis?

Thanks! Blue skies ahead!

Remington

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Jean Joseph
7/28/2013 04:23:27 am

Hi Dennis,
Your web site is very inspiring. For sure I'll be picking some of your ideas.

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Patrick Thompson
10/28/2013 12:30:02 am

Great site, very informative. I am starting the build of my Varieze this winter. I live in Portales, NM would it be ok if I could stop by to see you progress and talk shop?

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Alan Blythe
10/4/2014 01:52:37 pm

I'm making some final changes to my MKIV. How's yours coming along?

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Jim Martin
9/21/2017 11:36:06 am

Dennis
would like to email you if possible. Have questions on your project along with i am considering a cozy mkIV or aerocanard SX, But the problem is the cockpit and rear width.

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