As one who is new to low wing airplanes, I am finding that my musketeer seems to like to stay flying when I am interested in having her land. The ground affects are what makes the difference I guess between this plane and the Cessna's I am used to flying. This presents a problem in a strong cross wind, as with no steerable nose wheel, just using the rudder tends to make the plane want to drift. Although a little power might keep her straight, with only 2,000 ft of grass, I don't have a lot of extra room, and really hate to run out of runway.
Any feedback/advise/tips for bringing this plane down in a strong crosswind would be most welcome!
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