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Thread: Cubs 2 OSH Film Released on YouTube!

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    Happy Cubs 2 OSH Film Released on YouTube!

    A little fun fact - the 'Cubs 2 OSH' Story played at Airventure 2015 in the Skyscape Theatre in the Museum. Kind of an amazing moment for me.
    This year, in the spirit of Spirit of Aviation Week, I decided to release it for free on YouTube for everyone.

    Making this film solidified my love for the Cub (I probably dream about flying a J-3 every day):

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    Nice job, Ryan. I really enjoyed that! Thanks for posting.
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    Simply amazing and wonderful. The true pure joy of flight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Page View Post
    Nice job, Ryan. I really enjoyed that! Thanks for posting.
    Thanks for checking it out Eric! Glad you liked it!

    Quote Originally Posted by CHICAGORANDY View Post
    Simply amazing and wonderful. The true pure joy of flight.
    Thanks Randy! Glad you enjoyed it!

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    It proved to be 'inspirational'. After watching the whole movie, I fired up my Microsoft Flight Sim 2020, grabbed my Logitech and Thrustmaster plane controls, pulled my C152X out of its virtual hangar and replicated that very flight from Hartford to KOSH. No waving crowds but it was still a 'sim'ply grand flight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHICAGORANDY View Post
    It proved to be 'inspirational'. After watching the whole movie, I fired up my Microsoft Flight Sim 2020, grabbed my Logitech and Thrustmaster plane controls, pulled my C152X out of its virtual hangar and replicated that very flight from Hartford to KOSH. No waving crowds but it was still a 'sim'ply grand flight.
    That's awesome! If you have the Savage Cubs unlocked you can do it again at "Cub Speed"! Such a fun game!

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    Who doesn’t like a Cub? Who doesn’t enjoy a really well done video on Cubs? Thoroughly enjoyed. Heck....made me want to go out and buy a Cub! Thanks for sharing.
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    Yeah... the more I see of Cubs, the more I want to see if I can wedge my somewhat oversized butt into one and fly it. They do look like fun.
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    scratch head, shrug, shim to fit.

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    Yeah, Airmutt, I'll admit that I've spent too much time looking at cub listings after posting this video.
    And DaleB - YOU CAN DO IT!

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    J-3's are cool! Thanks Ryan!

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