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    Default Re: 1,000 Miles in a Carbon Cub

    Thanks Bob, really nice videos. And good work by Fred, with the mulit-cam editing.

    I've flown that route many times, but never low and slow like that. I like your way much better - got to get out for more cross country in the Carbon Cub.

    Is there a another one? Vacaville to Santa Maria? Looking forward to that.
    Chuck Hull
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    Default Re: 1,000 Miles in a Carbon Cub

    Quote Originally Posted by Charles View Post
    Thanks Bob, really nice videos. And good work by Fred, with the mulit-cam editing.

    I've flown that route many times, but never low and slow like that. I like your way much better - got to get out for more cross country in the Carbon Cub.

    Is there a another one? Vacaville to Santa Maria? Looking forward to that.
    Yup. Here is the final leg from Nut Tree Airport to Santa Maria, CA.

    Bob Anderson, CC11-00316, N382RA

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    Thank you, Bob and Fred. Nice look at the California that not many folks see.

    Lots of great off-airport spots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikemacon View Post
    Thanks Fred and Bob. I appreciate the effort to let us in on your journey. My home base is Sisters, OR but I usually work summers in the Siskiyou County area. My almost completed EX will be based there this summer. I am looking forward to circling Pilot Rock at less than RV speeds.
    Mike, Are you referring to Pilot Rock, Oregon? I'm a first time builder and this my first post to this forum. I'm based 2 miles East of the town of Pilot Rock, Oregon. Our identifier is 45OG. I would imagine you are speaking of a different PR, but thought I'd ask. Thanks, Tom

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    Default Re: 1,000 Miles in a Carbon Cub

    Tom -

    No, this Pilot Rock is in Jackson County and featured in the second video.


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilot_...County,_Oregon)


    Your area is a good place to fly a Cub also. Good luck and enjoy your build. I would like to check your area out when I am done with mine.

    - Mike
    Last edited by mikemacon; 02-04-2016 at 12:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikemacon View Post
    Tom -

    No, this Pilot Rock is in Jackson County and featured in the second video.


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilot_...County,_Oregon)


    Your area is a good place to fly a Cub also. Good luck and enjoy your build. I would like to check your area out when I am done with mine.

    - Mike
    W​ill look forward to it. Tom

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