I started the day at the airport cooking breakfasts before a talk on online flight planning.
When I got home, we moved the fish tank into the front room, and I spent some time on the EAA web site.
It's Tilly's birthday, so she got a couple of her favourite cookies.
When the postie finally arrived, they brought the operating limitations for the Flightstar, so I went out to the airport, put (raw, no more premix) gas in the plane and took it out for the first flight. It accelerates and climbs great - usually I'm at 600' (ultralight pattern height) by the end of the runway, but I was there about half way down the runway now, and the VSI showed 800-900' per minute, despite the almost 3,000' density altitude. Great! Not so great was the overly high EGT on one cylinder. I did a couple of circuits and put it away - I'll look at swapping the sensors in case it's a sensor problem.
When I got home, the postie had been again and left the water tank for the fridge, so I got that installed and now we have water and ice in the fridge again.