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    [QUOTE=KevinJ;768666]
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    Weather has been **** but great group of people to sit around and watch it rain with. Maybe get to fly after lunch today. It's an adventure for sure. Better to be here and it not happen than be home and miss it.
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    Poor Bushwheels. The scraping, scuffing and grinding sound of locked up Bushwheels on concrete haunt me in my sleep!
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    Good thing Brandt brought us your tires.
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    Still a good line up.
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    Some neat stuff to see walking around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Pierce View Post
    Some neat stuff to see walking around.
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    Jeeze, we need more pictures!

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    Just spoke with Steve Pierce and he reminded me that live streaming will begin at 2pm EDT rain or shine! Rain has stopped, but still misty, saturated air with low ceilings and reduced vis. Go to liveairshowtv.com to watch.

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    About to start first round.
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    The three Amigos.
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    Live, now on LoneStarSTOL.com gotta do a Super Cub sweep of the Bush Class
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    Good job pierce!


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    Good job SP.
    The SpudMan is looking good too!

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    Sleeting outside here, blowing 30+, nice in front of the computer though. Go Hal/S-7S!
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    Wtg Steve and Tony,you beat the hell out of Kevin!
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    I enjoyed watching. I was in Texas.. but still a 9 hour drive away.

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    I am pretty proud of Tony and Pierce. Damn good job! Which husky driver came in 3rd? Hope it was one of the TX panhandle boys.
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    I missed SP's performance. Anybody got a link to it?
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    I may be wrong but that probably won't stop me from arguing about it.

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    I expected Henry to win the takeoff part, 300+ hp., 850 lb plane. But I was more impressed by his last landing, he absolutely nailed it
    His new slats played a huge role in that. Hal Stockman had slats on order before this event, so their next matchup should be interesting also. I enjoyed the hell out of watching live, at home!

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    Ugh! That's the whole five hours! I watched quite a bit of it, but missed Mr. Pierce's part.
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    someone should be able to give you the time he went. I just watched bits. didn't see his either.
    I may be wrong but that probably won't stop me from arguing about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Misch View Post
    Ugh! That's the whole five hours! I watched quite a bit of it, but missed Mr. Pierce's part.
    gordon, try this: https://www.facebook.com/airframesal...7926891487474/

    if that doesn’t work do a search for Lonestar STOL and click on slo mo. That’s Steve. It’s an Airframes post

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvivion View Post
    gordon, try this: https://www.facebook.com/airframesal...7926891487474/

    if that doesn’t work do a search for Lonestar STOL and click on slo mo. That’s Steve. It’s an Airframes post

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    Perfect. Thanks, Mike.

    Nice, Steve! I can do that too. Once out of 500 landings. . . .
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    Does anyone know what Mountain Matt's numbers were? I thought for sure he would be on the podium for Heavy Touring! His runs looked awful good to me.

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    Now everybody is going to want to own Mike Sisemore's 182. An incredible performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Misch View Post
    Ugh! That's the whole five hours! I watched quite a bit of it, but missed Mr. Pierce's part.
    I tried to watch but felt like an idiot when I yelled "POWER" when they'd stop in mid-air especially after I realized I didn't have enough band-width for it to stream...
    Remember, These are the Good old Days!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TulBiplane View Post
    Now everybody is going to want to own Mike Sisemore's 182. An incredible performance.

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    The "Red Wrench" strikes again!
    Remember, These are the Good old Days!

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    They made a mistake when they announced heavy touring. Got it straightened out though.

    Matt ended up in second place by four feet. His best run was 336.
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    Results should be up today. Here is a picture of Bush, Tony had me the whole time unlike what was being announced.
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    Rumor has it that the 1st place finisher in Heavy Touring DQ'd on one of his landings. Supposedly reviewed by the judges with the slo-mo tape (about 3:35:30) , but didn't overrule him.
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    I enjoyed watching the footage. Being a 180 driver I was especially interested in the heavy touring. I went back and watched again. The winner sure looks to be short and should have DQ’d. Right main came down before left and line judge didn’t catch it. It’s close but watching their slo mo it’s pretty clear to me.

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    I think Pierce should let his beard grow and team with Tony in a pair of old K2B flight suits and become ZZ STOL.
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    Maybe that's why the results are still not out. Just be glad that I wasn't there in the World's Lightest 180! I submit that you should have a 10 foot touchdown zone. Your landing is measure from where you touchdown in that zone. Much more realistic.


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    I enjoyed watching the footage. Being a 180 driver I was especially interested in the heavy touring. I went back and watched again. The winner sure looks to be short and should have DQ’d. Right main came down before left and line judge didn’t catch it. It’s close but watching their slo mo it’s pretty clear to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Foy View Post
    I think Pierce should let his beard grow and team with Tony in a pair of old K2B flight suits and become ZZ STOL.
    Haw, haw, haw, haw
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    Just tryin' to find some Tush!
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    Haw, haw, haw, haw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Foy View Post
    I think Pierce should let his beard grow and team with Tony in a pair of old K2B flight suits and become ZZ STOL.
    That is seriously laugh out loud funny Eddie.
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    Mike's 182 was a cool bird flown well. Saw the scratch. Instant replay strikes again. I see technology coming into play pretty quickly.
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