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Piper Cherokee Arrow (N1010Y) - Piper PA-28R-200 Arrow N1010Y landing in Brighton, MI
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Piper Cherokee Arrow (N1010Y)

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Piper PA-28R-200 Arrow N1010Y landing in Brighton, MI

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Paul Wisgerhof
Yeah, been there, done that!
dfuller
That doesn't look very comfortable.
Jim Smirh
As you can see by the windsock, here is no wind! That actually makes landings more difficult. You need some non-pilot inputs to give you a better feel for your own! Plus, gusts/crosswinds give you a builtin excuse for a less than perfect touchdown!! 😜
STEPHEN FURTAK
:)
Who hasn't Paul.

;) Steve
themold
The Arrow was such an easy aircraft to land.Who can screw it up like this?
Tim Bovee
It looks like the runway is narrow, so my thought is that it is probably short too. Likely got just a bit slow trying to land short. Not a big deal, and if you fly any at all, some of your landings have looked way worse than this.
Tony Silverstrå
Stop and go?
Timothy Wood
My plane, but not my landing...how do I upload a replacement photo...this one gives me the heebee-jeebees knowing that happened to my baby LOL!

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