|Mar 27, 2012, 11:09 PM|
Another good Saturday. There was enough breeze out of the SE to slope fly the bowl, coupled with plenty of strong thermals. While we played in the SE Bowl, the TD crew were winching on the Westside. Plenty of good fun. The only downside was the loss of a couple TD planes off the winch and Mike’s camera plane hit a pipe.
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|Mar 28, 2012, 05:57 PM|
Joined May 2006
Thanks Mike for those amazing shots that you post, and for your comments about my little "creations". This chubby plane with the Peruvian Air Force colors is not the P-35 Seversky, but the North American 50 "torito" (little bull). Only seven NA-50 were ever built (way before the AT-6) in response to an order placed by Peru in January 1938, and were used in combat against Ecuador in 1941.
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