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Define "fly".

Most "real" pilots don't consider an ultralite to be real flying, but I've had a Quicksilver MXII for the last 12 years. Maybe I should take up lessons again and buy a "real" plane someday.

Oh, I spent my weekend building fence. 4 strand barbed wire and I have about 4 1/2 miles to go around this place to finish the perimeter anyway.
 

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An ultralite would be great for boring holes in the sky on a lazy afternoon. I wouldn't want to get caught in alot of scud with it.

They look like alot of fun!
I only got my private so we could fly down to the beach and I could co-pilot my brother in law's plane if he became too ill to fly it.

When I soloed, he asked if I could land his and I said yes, so he said it's all yours but it has a touchdown speed of 80kts and break stalls at 65 so don't let the horn sound.
It only tells you that you are fixing to plummet to a firey horrendous death. :wink:

Anyway I put it down on the numbers right on the centerline.
 
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