I read with sorrow the story of the young pilot from Spokane Wa. on one of your threads and and looked at all the great pictures he took of a couple of trips he made to Ak. and how he must of stalled the plane and died. I have flown quite a bit in Ak. hunting and guideing in the pass. seat or in the back of a cub. I also had a freind in the early "90s" that got his Reg. guide license and a year later went to Arizona to a flight school and got his pilots licnse. He had another pilot flew the plane to Ak. and he flew a few hours in it and he to crashed and him and another guide and instuctor in the back seat were both killed. I guess what I would like to know is it that easy to stall a cub. I know my freind had just installed new tundra tires shortly befofe the crash but why couldnt the instructor keep him from stalling the plane? Weather was not a factor. Thanks, ron.