Flight wild winds with Honey Lamb!
Honey Lamb and I flew 1.5 hours yesterday. Tail winds pushed us to 195 mph on the way to Stearman Field in Benton, KS for noon meal! Great air park, airstrip and grill. However the trip home was 115 mph. Average the two numbers and you will get my normal cruise at 24 squared. The ride was wild and turbulent but the TriQ 200 doesn’t seem to mind. Couple of good landings with winds 20 gusting to 30 mph! We take the TriQ when it is extra windy and especially when it is a cross wind. It seems a lot more forgiving but then I have over 1000 hours in the TriQ and only a few hundred in our RV 6. Fun fun lil airplane that gathers all the attention. Not that it matters. (Yeah right). Build em. Get em done! Enjoy em!
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