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Thread: Graham, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska in a 90 hp Super Cub.

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    Maybe time to do it again!!

    You ever going to host an Armadillo Restoration and Super Cub hunt again??
    I don't know where you've been me lad, but I see you won first Prize!

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    Steve, who does Tal fly 47s for? Did you send grommets?
    Happy Easter everyone!
    Dave

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    9 years ago today we left on this adventure. Talk is now a 747 first officer with Atlas.
    Steve Pierce

    Everybody is ignorant, only on different subjects.
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    Wow, that is pretty cool. Good for him!

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    Great stuff to revisit!

    sj
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    And the airplane is alive and well and still in great shape, two owners later. I just did an annual on it a couple weeks ago...
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    Reading about 90hp cubs brought me to this thread. Very cool adventure.

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    My not yet licensed nephew and a licensed buddy flew a newly purchased C-120 from AZ to Fairbanks last year, I believe it had a Continental 85. They made an over night stop in Pocatello, and when they left in the morning I, too late, thought that I should have given them a going away present, of a 100 pound sack of Idaho spuds. As if they had any room left, or payload! I bought them breakfast instead.
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