I started the day really early (couldn't sleep), putting the toilet back together and a little water in it to see if it was fixed. I got yelled at for making too much noise, so I went to the airfield and did some circuits until it started to get busy, and bumpy.
When everybody else showed up at the EAA hangar, I cooked breakfasts until Bruce's presentation about flying his Bay tour. As soon as that was over, Ken came and got me to go and fly the gyroplane with Don. I set in the front this time, where the instruments are, and with a better seat belt that made me feel a lot more secure.
After that, I went home and checked the toilet to find it had leaked through one of the bolts that holds the tank on. So I pulled it all apart again and silicone'd up those fittings too. Again, it was to be left overnight to cure.
In the evening, I went back to the airfield and took the plane out for a flight, getting back not long before it got dark.