Two tries. First on a north-south heading, the second on an east-west heading. The results (for me) appear to be this:
- Below 300 feet land straight ahead. RWY34 has some power lines, so I would probably make a slight deviation to the right where there is a nice farmer's field.
- 300 - 700 feet either straight ahead or pull the BRS. BRS should deploy safely at a minimum of 300', but unless it is catastrophic I'm still heading for the field.
- 700 feet and above I should be able to get her back on the runway.
Another thought: I stated using Zululog.com for an online log book. It took some customization and a bit of help from the support guy, but now I have all of my hours entered. So far, I like it.