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PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 10:44 am    Post subject: Speed Reply with quote

Howdy Hauk. Didnt mean to say my Ss was better'n yorn. Apples and organges. If I loaded mine as you do yours I wouldnt get off the ground!! I merely meant what I said. Been up to 110 mph indicated,
100 many times. Never tried wot straight. Would do my vne or close. You see my friend, your driving a great big beautiful truck while I am a little fast sports car. Looking to fly with you again some day. You need to go to Thomasville in october. Greatest flyin there is. Take care all and have fun with your new toys. Ted cowan SS 912 zoom zoom
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:01 am    Post subject: Speed Reply with quote

I flew Gantt International Airport, Titus, AL, to Tallahassee to
Thomasville, back to Tallahassee, then home to Alabama, in 1984, in my
Ultrastar. Was my first long cross country in an UL, 600 sm. You couldn't
wipe the grin off my face. I had to read my map, remember heading, time to
fly, land marks, etc., before I took off because I had to sit on my
sectional to keep it from blowing away. Those flights in the US were made
with mag compass and my watch, until I landed and refreshed my memory for
the next leg. It was very exciting to being doing this in that little
airplane. Never forget the feeling.

You got that right about the truck. Just need to add flying truck. Miss
P'fer is like a UH-1 Huey. When necessary, sometimes, they can be coached
into the air loaded far greater than authorized gross weight. Never had a
problem getting my MKIII to fly not matter how she is loaded.

I am very much aware of what it feels like to fly a MKIII and a SS. I
always had a ball flying the SS. Brother Jim and I had a similar aircraft
designed many years before Kolb Aircraft developed the SS. We just didn't
have the time or money to get it done. Now I'm too old to mess with it.
Wink

john h
mkIII
Titus, Alabama


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