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Amy flygirl23/11/2019 01:53:02
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I know I'm relativly new to this forum but would love to chat to a few girl flyers here.

David Davis23/11/2019 06:53:35
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We have three female trainees at our club, indeed the lady in this picture is our club secretary.

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Unfortunately my club is in the middle of France so communication might be difficult.

We were once visited by a group of mayors from throughout the department. The "Mayor of Mayors" turned out to be this lady.

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I gave her a go on the Junior 60.

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Edited By David Davis on 23/11/2019 06:54:18

cymaz23/11/2019 07:10:53
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Mrs C is learning to flyheart

Peter Christy23/11/2019 08:25:06
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There's a few in the helicopter world. Indeed, I think there was a picture of one flying at the Nats in the last-but-one RCM&E.

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Peter Miller23/11/2019 08:35:38
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And then we have Monz on the forum. A young lady who can really build the most fantastic planes.

See her scale rubber powered Avro Shackleton, a true, mind blowing work of art that flies like a dream.

https://www.modelflying.co.uk/forums/postings.asp?th=99464

Edited By Peter Miller on 23/11/2019 08:44:44

Amy flygirl23/11/2019 08:58:56
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I used to be an examiner some years ago but being out of the hobby dealing with children it has now lapsed.

So new and old models plus a new shed I'm looking forward to that aim again.

Don Fry23/11/2019 12:46:20
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Amy, are you the Amy I remember on the show circuit, nailing a year on my memory is difficult, but about 18 years seems right, and Woodspring the location. She flew a very pink, large (for then)aerobatic machine.

I built a pink machine just to confirm it would be easy to see in flight.

Tom Sharp 223/11/2019 20:40:12
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During WW2 the full size reconnaissance Spitfires were coloured pink so they were difficult to see.

Don Fry23/11/2019 20:51:42
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This was very pink.

Rather than white with a bit of a wash. I have fancied such a Spitfire, but as you say, might disappear in a haze.

cymaz23/11/2019 20:56:12
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THESE girls were very good yesheart

Amy flygirl23/11/2019 22:19:28
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Unfortunately Don I wasn't that girl, although I was on the show scene but more helping out with my dad who was in the woodwings flying circus.

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