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john stones 123/03/2017 19:49:33
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Thought i'd usher in the Spring...Looking good for the weekend hotsmile d

John

Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator23/03/2017 20:20:58
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Spring is sprung
The grass is riz
I wonder where the birdie is
Some say the birdie is on the wing
But, that's absurd
For the wing is on the lbirdie,....
 
BEB
 
PS We hope! Weekend does look very good,....
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cymaz23/03/2017 21:05:56
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Lovely forecast.  hot,except it's too windy in PL26, 15-25 mph surprise

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Flyer23/03/2017 21:11:06
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looking like an easterly..............so no PSS this Sunday........ so hopefully power instead., devil But it's Mothering Sunday,.............. Could start a thread as to 'excuses to sneak a few hours flying on Mothering Sunday.'... smile p

cymaz23/03/2017 21:14:03
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Take along swmbo to flying. Throw a surprise picnic...

 

Try this

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Flyer23/03/2017 21:17:16
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Posted by cymaz on 23/03/2017 21:14:03:

Take along swmbo to flying. Throw a surprise picnic.

If it were a SW or NW then we 'could' use that excuse; trouble is, with an easterly it will be an old WW2 airfield with views to match....... Would be safer lion taming than suggesting lol

john stones 123/03/2017 21:18:36
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My other half will be at work....not to worry though she'll cook dinner when she comes home cheeky

ken anderson.25/03/2017 17:18:17
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just returned from spending a wonderful afternoon at our club site(BVRMC) the conditions were good apart from a cold/light wind coming off the sea..it was my first flight of 2017.there was approx. 15+ members there and it was good having a crack with them...... also a couple of crashes ...

ken Anderson...ne...1..... 2017 flying season dept.

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ChrisB25/03/2017 18:19:25
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Great days flying. First time for 2 weeks and although slightly breezy it was down the strip and I flew all 5 models I took totalling 9 flights.. About 15 of us there today and a few air cadets for an experience day.

Clocks forward tonight....superb!!

cymaz25/03/2017 18:23:41
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Lovely weather but wind straight across the strip, hence the lack of aircraft.

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john stones 125/03/2017 18:32:47
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No wind in Yorkshire n a big shiney think in the sky...God looks after the righteous hot

John

Steve Colman25/03/2017 19:09:37
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It snowed all day here in "Not so Sunny Spain" with temps just above freezing. Although last weekend was absolutely beautiful and great for flying.

Steve.

KiwiKid25/03/2017 21:42:54
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Hope you guys get some good stick time in after flinging off your winter garments wink

"Come, fill the Cup, and in the Fire of Spring
The Winter Garment of Repentance fling:
The Bird of Time has but a little way
To fly -- and Lo! the Bird is on the Wing."

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Shaunie25/03/2017 21:52:24
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Got the Edge preflighted and in the car along with the Fusion. Got to the strip and there was no point putting the windsock out, we would have lost it. The two barden boys were playing with a crane bag intended for grass mowings. With it tied onto some plastic tape it made a passable kite. Went home without getting the planes out of the car!

Shaunie

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TIM Shaw26/03/2017 00:19:33
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Posted by john stones 1 on 25/03/2017 18:32:47:

No wind in Yorkshire n a big shiney think in the sky...God looks after the righteous hot

John

Absolutely, great at Huddersfield too.

Punched a few holes in the beautiful blue yonder with my baby Challenger myself...

Well attended, but, sadly, a couple of crashes here too.

Roll on tomorrow!

(errr, is that now " today????"

cymaz26/03/2017 08:27:50
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Just a note of caution if using a flying table in strong winds this spring...

Saturday, a club mate started up his glow powered plane, it was sat on his flying table. The plane was secured by a bungee on the tail. The wind caught the underside of the plane wing tipping the aircraft up. His reaction was to raise his hand to protect himself and catch the wing tip. As a result the idling prop caught the fleshy part of his hand just at the base of the thumb. This caused a couple of bad ( though not deep) cuts.

Went and had his super glued and a couple of sterri strips. I suppose the obvious thing is to add extra strap under the main wheels in windy weather.

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