OK, does a landing I've personally performed in a single engine trainer count?
For the record, I fly these little suckers out of Northeast Philadelphia (KPNE) for my PPL training. We've got 6 of them at my flight school, including 2 in the paint job shown below.
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Photo © Tony Zeljeznjak
Well, back in December, it was my first time back in the air after a month off. My instructor had me take us over to Doyelstown (DYL), a little 3000 X 50 foot slab of asphalt. Mind you this was my first short and narrow field experience. Guess I'm spoiled using those 7000 X 150 runways at PNE. Anyway, of course there had to be a 10 to 12 knot crosswind up there, not to mention a really long row of hangars next to the runway that tend to cause some chop on short final. Since I hadn't flown in a while, I think I started the flare a little too low, and while I was kicking in some rudder to straighten up with the runway I kinda smacked the ground pretty good.
Then one time way back earlier last year, I was in the middle of a normal flare back home at PNE, when some freak wind shift or gust caused me to suddenly drop on to the asphalt. My instructor was actually surprised too.
Its really amazing how dynamic and volatile the air can be at times, unbeknownst to all those mere mortals down on the ground.
I think Big Foot is blurry, Its not the photographers fault. Theres a large out of focus monster roaming the countryside