Cary wrote:Well, yeah, but a lot of folks only go 90 knots when they're getting ready to land. They're the ones who need to learn to fly at 90 knots for quite some distance and still maintain the proper altitude and not chop into the guy in front, etc.
The last couple of years I've camped at the Vintage Aircraft Camping area. 2 years ago, it was because the North 40 was too soggy and was closed, but last year it was just because I wanted to. Either place is great, though the new amenities at the North 40 are supposed to be pretty nice--flushing potties, etc. There are unfortunately a few A-holes amongst pilots, but for the most part it's pretty congenial wherever you choose to camp. I have had really good "neighbors" almost every year, and tolerable neighbors on the off years--nobody I'd want to shoot.
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