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Thread: Pik-n-Pig (BQ1) Carthage, NC (10/26)

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    At KORS we have a 2400' mountain 1 mile due east and 1400' mountain 1/2 mile southwest of the runway (16-34). Most of the summer the winds are northerlies and the majority of the traffic comes from the south. So straight in approaches are really common. After a while you get used to widening your scan for traffic.
    And there at least 5 airports I've been to in the Washington Cascades that are "one way in"/ "one way out" with no pattern at all.
    Jack Becker
    Orcas Is., WA
    1978 Sundowner N836KT

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    All that being said, are you gonna come back and join us?

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    I am flying out to Texas the day before to attend the Reklaw flyin
    J Jones MC-366 N9372S

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