My plan is to have the GP One much closer to home for the rest of the NZ's optimal flying season (late summer/autumn). It will be easier for me to visit other aero clubs in the south and to drop into private air strips. I'd like to show the GP One to as many people as possible.
The farmer kindly offered to take the farm machinery out of his disused hangar, so that the GP One could be out of the weather. It's a snug fit - there's only a 200mm gap at each wing tip. The paddock itself has some challenges by way of tall trees, uneven ground and sheep, but it does have a 260m long 'flattish' area for take-off and landing. I'll have to work on my precision landings.