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Posted by Freddy Bear | Jul 24, 2007 @ 01:07 AM | 3,471 Views
This is a shot just before sun down on the North West Coast of Tasmania.
East coast Break-O-Day Little beach.
Shack view South Australia Spencer Gulf.
Posted by Freddy Bear | May 19, 2007 @ 01:12 PM | 3,421 Views
I have managed to fly at the local High School Oval, with every one having a look, and at the Taylor Field, the now closed model flying field. The clubhouse is all there and I am going to see if any one is interested in keeping the field operational. I for one will continue to fly there until told otherwise by the owner. Looks like the rain is here and this means I will have to mow the grass as it becomes more abundant, this is some time off yet plus the cattle keep it cropped as well. Flying Sunday if the weather is OK, if not then will be building.

Good News...Club is back on track with about 10 members
Posted by Freddy Bear | May 14, 2007 @ 01:22 AM | 4,645 Views
Had a great day at the Taylor Field, had the place to myself as unofficial One CLUB Member. In its hay day there were 42 Members but economic bull has managed to strip the fun and the finances out of the club and all the members have fractionated. Leaving a small but fantastic clubhouse and a field that lends it self to the steaming divvies of Beef. The air across the field is unspoiled making for excellent takeoffs and landings after clearing the Beefy Doos from the runway. A small price to pay for the free use of the field and a free clubhouse, windsock, table and chairs, frequency board, wheel barrow and rake----- for the solid Beefy Doos. I have posted a notice on the door in a weatherproof panel for people of interest to ring me. We may be able to have a friends CLUB and keep it going FREE.
Posted by Freddy Bear | Apr 30, 2007 @ 02:29 AM | 3,767 Views
Eight foot Glider is salvaged from a watery grave and ready to take to the sky after months of drying out and correcting some of the warps due to expanding wood.
Sticky: tis me
Posted by Freddy Bear | Oct 05, 2006 @ 07:54 AM | 4,427 Views
Well as progress on my A.R.F Plane modifications is coming to a close I will try and get some photos together and post them in there nudie state, and when she is all dressed up. Oh the picture is of me…… this time.
Posted by Freddy Bear | Sep 14, 2006 @ 09:22 AM | 5,302 Views
Dose your engine shake your tail feathers ??????
Is vibration destroying your servos?
Dose your fuel foam giving you a bubble problem?
This simple isolation will change the way you think about hard mounting your engine to the airframe and will work with all/most engines. There is no engine flutter from the servo and throttal reacts normally at all speeds.