I grew up in Central Illinois, in a small town called Mackinaw (near Peoria). I went to Deer Creek-Mackinaw High School and did pretty good in Math, Science, and Art. I went to Illinois Central College for two years while enrolled in the Pre-Engineering Program. I transferred to the University of Missouri-Rolla (now Missouri University of Science & Technology) in the Electrical Engineering Program where I spent four more years of school while co-oping half of the time in Florida for NASA at the Kennedy Space Center (where I currently work). I met my beautiful wife, Samantha, at Park Avenue Baptist Church in Titusville. We currently live in the small Space Coast town of Titusville. We have two wonderful boys.
Here is a bunch of stuff that I have put on the internet for your enjoyment.
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I am intrigued by your PVC kayak roof rack. Since that post is over a year old, I was curious how it’s help up and if you’ve made any changes.
It has held up just fine! I store it indoors. I’m guessing that the PVC will get brittle over time, especially if exposed to sunlight for long periods of time.
Dear mr. Leucht,
I came accross your Batmobile 3d and I was wondering if you have drawings available. I am willing to pay for those. I want to make one for my grandson.
Have a nice weekend and fine sunday.
Hope to hear from you.
PS : years ago, it must have been around 75 I was with the Roayal Navy in Florida and there was an excursion arranged to Cape Canaveral. At that time the exhaust for the the rocket for the Apollo were put in place in that enormous hangar. Very very impressive it was and I still remember it. There was also a moving platform with huge caterpillars to move the rocket. Everything was huge.