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Posted by mfwilliams | Feb 24, 2011 @ 08:55 PM | 1,882 Views
Thanks to NE winds we found ourselves camped around our NE "bowl" overlooking the powerplant. The wind stayed at 7-9mph so we actually got some slopeing in. There were lots of light stuff up too, DHLG, TD and some electrics. Almost a party atmosphere as we placed our chairs on the lip and sipped on our soft drinks and watched the day go by.

Posted by mfwilliams | Feb 15, 2011 @ 11:33 AM | 1,833 Views
This last Saturday turned out winder and colder than we expected. It was a cold North wind which made the 60deg weather feel like 50deg. The steady 15mph wind made for some great sloping. Our new member , Mike C, who just joined up, was nice enough to bring a gallon of java with donuts up. It went fast! Thanks Mike.

Mike W
Posted by mfwilliams | Feb 03, 2011 @ 11:28 AM | 1,731 Views
Saturday was a cool morning, a light wind out of the North. Just enough slope lift to slope the light stuff, and not to strong so we could trim out our TD planes. With the contest this weekend (2/5,2/6) in Orlando, lots of guys were sending their competition birds up on a high start. It was just too much trouble to set up a winch. A lazy bunch we are!

Posted by mfwilliams | Jan 25, 2011 @ 11:35 AM | 2,364 Views
Saturday found a decent sized group of us on the West side, overlooking the turnpike. Winds were supposed to be WNW, but luckily for us they were straight out of the West. It was a bit nippy, especially with a 15mph wind (yeah!). Lots of slopeing happening. We even had Paul, Mike N, and Larry setting up a high start and getting some practice in for FSS#1.

Mike W
Posted by mfwilliams | Jan 20, 2011 @ 08:42 PM | 2,409 Views
Last pic. It's a neat, very small scale plane that Paul picked up this week.