When I started cross-country soaring three years ago, I paid a lot of attention to the many publications that give tips and instructions about how to land out safely in a field. They talk about appropriate patterns, noting slope, surface, obstacles and wind, when to stop soaring and start landing, among many other important things.…
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by Daniel Sazhin •
In early September, I had a fantastic day of flying at Blairstown Airport, the culmination of which was having the opportunity to fly Windward Performance’s new DuckHawk. I had just flown the club Grob Twin Astir with my brother, promptly falling out and not exactly having one of my best landings in it.