UPDATE: Downwind video added. So they put the left wing back on the Cub. It had "fallen off" a couple weeks ago. No biggie. I told them I would test it. So off I flew to breakfast this morning, no sense dying on an empty stomach. While flying over, I though to myself: Voice in head: "Self, you have never attempted a downwind landing in this plane." Talking to voice in head: "Self, you are absolutely right. Today looks like a good day to see what happens." So, when I got to 44N (remember, this was a breakfast flight), I announced a downwind landing. It was only blowing 3 maybe 4 mph, straight down the runway. What the hell was I thinking!!!???!!! Cubs have crap brakes. This Cub has totally crap brakes. It took almost the entire length of the runway to get the plane stopped. Seriously. I was starting to get a little concerned towards the end. I couldn't even eat my usual omelette and pound of bacon, I was so upset. Nothing but tea and a muffin. When I came out I wish I had eaten a pound of bacon. It took me 45 minutes to start the Cub. It had flooded, sitting in the hot sun. Lessons learned: 1. Practice everything. You never know when you might need it for real. 2. Never pass on a pound of bacon. You never know when you might need the extra energy.