July 2014 Interior Images and Movies


This coy page provides mid 2014 Airplane Home interior images and movies.

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July 2014 Notes from Hillsboro, Oregon, USA.   Douga to shashin wa shita desu.

Thumbnails of interior elements are provided below. Click on a thumbnail to see the media. Portrait oriented media generally loads sideways, alas. Though I understand the cause, I can't resolve that problem now due to time constraints. Nor is time available to thoroughly distill the array to a smaller set of just the best images. Sorry...

Two movies are included as indicated by the mp4 suffixes. The first is a very large 441 MB file, and the second a more modest 57.5 MB improved composition excerpt of the first. If you wish to watch the movies, please download them to your local storage media first, then run the downloaded files with an application which can play movies. That'll conserve Internet bandwidth should you decide to view a movie more than once. Such conservation is particularly important with large movie files, and also for the AirplaneHome.com site in general because its server is provided without charge by a friend who must pay for excessive bandwidth consumption. Please help keep this relationship tenable by avoiding waste of Internet bandwidth.

The background music is courtesy of ever so charming Yuko Pomily-san, an infrequent but highly cherished friend whom I consider a superb young artist, and whose music I absolutely adore, and savor very frequently. The songs are from her latest CD, which I very heartily recommend of course. If you'd like to purchase one of her CDs but can't locate a retailer or distributor, please contact me - I'll try to arrange a purchase for you.

The aircraft's interior includes a modest sized and humble but functional living environment plus some construction materials and tools. Most yet to be assembled 727 components and other materials are now in the forward and aft cargo bays, and can be seen through the transparent floor. Infrastructure for life's basic necessities is functional and generally reliable. The environment's not yet refined, but will improve with time. But luxury isn't on my agenda - I might invest a lot of energy in elements which strike me as of practical importance or simply cool and thus exciting, but I find luxury generally boring or even a bit threatening to an explorer's purity of heart. We all have our individual priorities...

Years after the shower became minimally functional, shower stall construction still hasn't begun even though the materials are here (in the forward cabin) and construction should be relatively quick and easy. In part because it's simply not as important as other work (such as the landing gear pillars and Airplane Home v2.0), and in part because I find the current shower perfectly fine - it doesn't bother me at all. But eventually a real shower stall will be built. It'll be rather large, connecting to the wall of the right aft lavatory and the cabin windows from that wall to the right aft service door.

The left aft lavatory's toilet remains fully functional, and has proven to be reliable. I'm now performing the minor conversion work required to make the right aft lavatory functional as well, and expect it to be complete quite soon.

As noted in my exterior media page comments, I'm sill trying to keep as much mass as far aft as possible. This is a nuisance though - storing materials densely in my primary living area cramps that area, a significant ongoing inconvenience. So there are multiple motivations for completing nose and left landing gear pillar work.

My last will, revoking all previous versions, is appended to the side of my refrigerator. Please honor only that document after I draw my last breath. (A task which won't require attention anytime soon I hope.)

The front of the refrigerator is now adorned with popular Nihon-jin (Japanese) actress and occasional product pitch gal Arimura Kasumi-san. Hotto Motto's a popular fast food franchise in Nippon, and I frequent a particular one near my apartment in Miyazaki. The Arimura Kasumi-san poster came from that Hotto Motto restaurant. I stared at it longingly every time I visited until finally one of my Hotto Motto friends took pity upon me, removed the poster from the Hotto Motto window, and presented it to me. It wasn't a wasted gesture of kindness - I consider it a significant personal treasure. We all have our personal quirks... (And perhaps I have a few extra...)

The futon sofa easily flattens to a bed suitable for two (or is comfortable for one in sofa position as shown). Many thanks to a very dear friend for her excellent taste and a truly delightful day of shopping. And so much more...

A personal note:

My GIST cancer history is no longer a carefully guarded secret in Oregon, but neither do I generally mention it sans reason. All that's important now is that my tumor was independent of my organs, so its removal caused no significant damage to my body, and thus I'm fully functional just as before. And fully healthy - I'm watched carefully by my absolutely superb Miyazaki surgeon and his absolutely superb team, receive enhanced CT or MRI scans every six months (for the rest of my life), and remain cancer free as best medical science can discern the matter. And I feel perfectly fine, fit, and capable. And I'm genuinely happy from the heart...

I moved the rest of my personal notes to the fully public catalog page of exterior media at July2014ExteriorMediaCatalog.html.

All the best to all, Bruce

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