A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Joe Suligoy
Date: 2020 Jan 14, 19:20 -0800
Sorta feel like the time I successfully landed my first solo in a Piper Cub 26 years ago. A lot of work, total concentration, tension, bumpy ride, and wheels touched down just at the stall horn bleats a bit! And still Alive!
Nothing like a Cub for pure stick and rudder! Though I've never known a J-3 with a stall horn. Super Cub maybe?
Either way, congrats on the successful lunar! That's something I haven't tried yet... it's on the to-do list once it warms up and I have actual clear skies, instead of brief glimpses through clouds...