Arriving into the downwind for Deland’s Runway 23, I didn’t feel confident enough after the “happy” feet I had on takeoff to give landing a try so I turned the controls over to John. Another day, perhaps. We were third in line and had a Bonanza behind us, so John made quick work of getting us down and off the runway, something easy enough to do with the Sport Cub’s short landing performance. As we taxied to a parking spot, we spotted a pink RV-12 (how could we miss it?) on the flight line and several ladies standing nearby. John recognized the RV-12 owner, Judie Betz, and gave her a wave out the opened left window when she turned to watch us taxi by. The ladies are WingNuts … let me explain. WingNuts is a group of women pilots based out of Leeward Air Ranch in Ocala, Florida, who get together regularly to fly. This particular morning, five flew into Deland (via 2 Cessna 172s, a 182, a Piper Warrior and, of course, the RV-12) to meet for breakfast. What an unexpected treat it was to see so many women pilots at one time! They greeted us enthusiastically and we all headed into Airport Restaurant and Gin Mill for our morning eats.