Randy's fuel lines are starting to crack, so we'd talked about replacing them. He was flying a friend in the morning, so we'd agreed to get lunch, then look at them. I got the airport and pulled the plane out to wait for him to get back from his flight. When he did, he'd tried replacing one of the lines, but the fuel hose I'd used was too big, so he'd put that line back on. Tony was zipping around on his scooter, so I suggested he meet us up in Auburn for lunch. He asked if we had a spare seat, and I said we had two, so we ended up flying both the lads in his workshop, while he flew the Cub.
It's funny, as he took off right behind me, and flew alongside shooting some video with his phone. The thing is, he's used to videoing other fixed wings, and when he hits a thermal, so do they. Well, he hit a thermal and bounced up, and we didn't bounce up, so it looked like we were diving away from him :o) After lunch, we headed home, where we saw some ridge lift at Bald Hill, he was bounced all over the place - he said he was seriously considering going around (on a 6,000' runway, no less) due to the crosswind that we didn't really notice :o)
Randy's headed off to get 1/4" fuel line (rather than the 5/16" I had) and we're going to look at it again tomorrow morning.