Originally Posted by Fast Eddie B
Your approach is my approach. When I refer to "landing" I'm talking about the moment of touchdown. As long as that is at or near stall speed, what came before is of little consequence, given your "ample runway".
Watching my videos, I usually seem to hold about 55kts until about a wingspan over the ground, then round out to a few knots over stall speed as I enter ground effect, then "hold off" as long as I can. That's what results in a "full stall' landing in my book.
Sorry if I failed to communicate clearly - I do my best!
That makes me feel better about my technic...I get a lot closer than a wing span, but hey; it is what works that matters. I like to be a little hot before touch down, as if something isn't right...very little throttle and you are back in the air for a go around.