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Old 08-19-2014, 04:57 AM   #11
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Welcome to the Hensley club Ron

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Old 08-19-2014, 05:41 AM   #12
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I love our Hensley Cub too! I'm pretty much maxed out on my TV but with the Cub the rig feels solid. Much more stable than my last camper in the 90's pulled with a 1/2 ton pickup and Reese WDH/Sway.

How was Oshkosh? Have you been there before? I knocked that off my bucket list in 2001. Me and my family tent camped with 25,000 of our closest friends at the show that year I was in heaven all week. And although my family are not into Airshows like I am, they had a great time and still talk about the trip to this day. My son and I were sitting along the flight line one of the days and Chuck Yeager and Bud Anderson landed the P-51's they had been flying taxied over to the middle of the flight line, about were we were sitting, jumped out and started shaking hands. What a thrill!


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Old 08-19-2014, 06:30 AM   #13
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Thanks for the replies.
P e r f I x ; this is #7 excursion to the EAA Convention.
I have both a fixed and heli license . Recently sold my homebuilt aircraft so instead by air and a tent I now enjoy the luxury of a Jayco Skylark with a bed and fridge.
Re one week at EAA; 10,000 plus aircraft arrived in several days making Wittman Airfield the busiest in the world and the aircraft remained for the week. Numerous restored warbirds. There were more the 500,000 in attendance with fields and fields of campers. Many exhibitors, forums, and etc. I understand there were 7000 portable toilets where needed. The one week EAA show was pretty much run by volunteers. Well organized and great air shows with 2 awesome air shows after dark. JohnDeere provided tractors and etc for tram transportation. Ford was a great contributor as well. Cirrus provided a fireworks show thar was Hard to beat. The Thunderbirds provided thunderous act.
A great holiday
Ron M.

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