For many people, whenever the subject of
“bush flying” comes up, a Piper Cub fitted with floats, skis or tundra tires is
the first image that comes to mind. Originally manufactured by Piper as the
PA-18, the Super Cub was an advanced model of the J-3 Cub that featured a
strengthened airframe, wing flaps and a more powerful engine. This small,
rugged, two-place aircraft with excellent STOL capabilities, easily handles the
very small landing areas in the back country areas that exist in Alaska and
Canada. In fact, a float equipped aircraft such as the Cub depicted in this
image operating in the Misty Fjords of Southeast Alaska, is the only way in and
out of such wilderness areas that may only be accessible by boat.
An open edition printed on 100% acid-free cover stock. Original available.
Size is 18"x 32" including a 2" white border. $52.95 +$7.95 shipping and