A Family Adventure


Tyson, Emilie & Isaac

Alfalfa, Potato, and Air-Fields in Maine

Jun 16, 2018
Author Emilie Phillips

Jim was all excited the alfalfa field next to his favorite diner had just been cut. He invited the whole supercub.org crew up, but either they were busy or too far away at Cub speed. Tyson and I showed up, as did Jim and his son Andy. That made 4 planes — a Carbon Cub, […]

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Posted Jun 20, 2018

Maine Airports Near Bangor

Jun 16, 2018
Author Emilie Phillips

After visiting Jim and Andy at their strip in Maine, I tagged some more public airports for my Maine project. I intended to land at Brewer, but Jim said it recently changed hands and I would need to call ahead. Old Town (KOLD) A two runway airport with nothing notable except an old guy who […]

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Posted Jun 20, 2018

Parlin and Cubcrafters northeast STOL competition

Jun 9, 2018
Author Emilie Phillips

We fit three flying destinations into Saturday. First we stopped at Parlin in southern NH for their pancake breakfast. They redeemed their white flour box pancakes with a good helping of blueberries. Mike from Brookline, and Kurt, who flies a Champ, also came, but we barely talked before departing for our next event. We flew […]

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Posted Jun 13, 2018

Mt Kearsarge

Jun 3, 2018
Author Emilie Phillips

We hiked Mt Kearsarge last Sunday. Tyson and I attempted summiting in 2011 and failed, which is pretty impressive as there’s a road a half mile from the top. That time, I started our hike two sections away on the Sunappee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway. This time we were sensible and opted for a 3 mile loop from […]

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Posted Jun 5, 2018

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