As you might know, the north side of Big Bass Lake also funtion as a landing strip for the yellow airplane and here you can locate it in the distance. In past photographs of this plane, we have featured the windsock that is found on land near the owner’s cottage but here you can also find one in Big Bass Lake itself.
I wonder what kind of distance he needs for both a take-off and landing? And, for what months does he keep this plane on the lake?
Also what airspeed is needed to take off and to land? Now, this plane is used each year in the Big Bass Lake Fourth of July Float Parade so it does get around the lake. Does it also take off or land from any other part of the lake? If any one knows the answers to these questions, leave us a comment.