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Tim Hooper26/04/2009 09:08:53
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It's Sunday.  The weather (against the forecasts) is absolutely beautiful - no wind, bright sunshine, birds chirping, etc.
 
Now the question is;
 
Do I stay here at the SO's house and help her with redecorating the lounge and dining room?
 
Or do I head down to the field for a few hours?
 
It's a toughie isn't it?
 
 
tim (car already packed, batteries charged.........)
Bruce Richards26/04/2009 09:12:38
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Or you could watch the GP
weasel26/04/2009 09:22:56
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tim get down to the field all day, make the most of the weather, the house will still be there, when your not.   i am on route to the fling field shortly, the decorating can get done on a wet day.... have fun weasel.....
BB26/04/2009 09:49:51
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Got in 40 mins flying this a.m. 0640 - 0720. 
birdy26/04/2009 11:01:51
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Go...
The weather man said that it would rain where I am, but of course it didn't and I havent charged the Tx.
David Ashby - Moderator26/04/2009 16:44:24
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Good desicion Tim, well maybe 
 
Flying the same time as me Bas Biggles
 
On camera duty at the Bickley fly-in today. Turned out nice (despite the forecasts)
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

Edited By David Ashby - RCME moderator on 26/04/2009 16:50:22

Edited By David Ashby - RCME moderator on 26/04/2009 16:58:45

David Ashby - Moderator26/04/2009 16:57:38
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More pics,
 
Steve Brett's electric Mossie was impressive

as was Dave Wilshere's twin petrol powered P-38 - quite a mover as those who have seen it fly will know.
 

 
David Ashby - Moderator26/04/2009 17:01:06
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Greg Veasey flew this slightly modified Hangar 9 (60 size) P-51 with nice skill - a good warbird-like display.
 

 
 
 

Edited By David Ashby - RCME moderator on 26/04/2009 17:02:29

Edited By David Ashby - RCME moderator on 26/04/2009 17:03:01

Eric Bray26/04/2009 22:47:42
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Nice pic's. 
I was putting the floorboards back into the loft, after having the insulation installed.
Of course, my long screws were too long, and my short screws were too short! B+Q tomorrow!
Tim Hooper26/04/2009 23:20:11
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Looks like some of us had a good day after all!
 
I have to confess to compromising a little, in that I spent the morning at the field (Simprop Lift-Off,  Kyosho Spree) with the lads, and then back to the SO's for a gentle afternoon driving a paint pad up and down the walls.
 
No matter.  I was happy.  The SO was happy.  Done deal.
 
tim
BB27/04/2009 01:46:10
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Nice pics david  
Gregg Veasey27/04/2009 16:52:32
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My mustang looks pretty good for a little hanger 9 hack!
 
Gregg

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