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Old Nov 05, 2012, 09:50 AM
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The advice paid off for me.

I didn't get as much stick time in as I wanted. I was too busy getting things set up for everybody else to fly. Then replacing props and keeping track of spent batteries etc. One of these days I'm going over to the field by myself!

I did manage 4 or 5 landings. I made practice runs for each and the low, controlled passes were suddenly more fun than the loops and rolls. We land on a grass field so I've gone with larger wheels on some of the planes. Those have a much greater success rate for me. The one little trainer still has the small wheels and I even managed to bring it in cleanly once.
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