Originally Posted by helibard
Bob, you are one determined flyer! I admire that
I don't think I could/would do this with any other plane. The Champ just lends itself to doing this type of flying with it's high power to weight and light wing loading.. While it gets blown all over the place 99% of the time you can save it with the throttle and rudder.. Much rather be dragging the wing tips on the pavement doing low slow flybys in and out of the fog in a dead calm... But get them days only couple of time a year.. These windy one are way more common...