Flying

Sunday 9th December

A brisk North Westerly greeted a limited number of people to start with. Check flights initially to clear for the conditions followed by a number of reasonable soaring flights.  One story to tell, slightly messy, ask me about it some time, it is quite funny. A number of private members took to the skies to check out the ridges.  A bit of wave, the odd thermal bubble and the ridges ...
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End Of November – Begining Of Foxtover

Graham ran the show David Parsons did at least one trial lesson with a walk in Aussie called Sheila and maybe got some dollar off her – She did literally walk in. Rob T was wearing his $200 Wiking hat – he might have done some trial lessons? Martin T flew the Fox for the first time in Anger and thought that the mirror was considerably smaller than the Pawnees ...
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Club News and Social

Wet Wednesday (5th Dec)

Damp and dismal on the field but the team were busy in the “old” workshop, with the odd break to try the Cafe’s excellent Turkey, Stuffing & Bacon sandwiches! Julian and Alan P. painted, Richard K. tiled, Gill cleaned windows, Richard S. did some walling then came inside to sort out various bits and pieces and the general clean and tidy up continued. The new battery area needs electrics sorting but will ...
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Thursday 22nd Nov

A bright and frosty start, but with awful visibility that just got more awful. Despite this the baby Grob did a couple of circuits and even ’81’ came out for some of the same. Tim and I managed to fly eight of the ten Aerospace students, plus one club member, but I aborted the ninth student flight at 600ft when rather solid cloud suddenly developed beneath us..! Thanks to everyone ...
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