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Posted by mfwilliams | Feb 29, 2016 @ 12:20 PM | 4,996 Views
Here's Kit's photos from 2-20. Looks like a windy day on the East Slope. Plenty of slopers (read heavy planes) in the air. I can see that several times they tried to get a formation of foamies together. Also, I see some slope combat going on. Looks like a great Saturday. As always, great pics Kit!

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Posted by mfwilliams | Feb 27, 2016 @ 01:13 AM | 5,076 Views
Still trying to get out all three weekends of pics I've received from Kit. Here's the 2nd set, from Saturday 2-13. Looks like lots of lift on the North side. One of the best sides IMHO. The North side is longer than any of the other 4 sides and tends to be steeper.
Thanks again Kit, great pictures.

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Posted by mfwilliams | Feb 25, 2016 @ 01:39 AM | 4,504 Views
Kit's been very busy with work and family health issues. I have just reeived some photos at the end of this last week. So here's the first set. I'll try to get all three sets out by the end of this week (2-13-16 and 2-20-16 will follow).
Enjoy!
Thanks Kit for all your hard work!
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Posted by mfwilliams | Feb 12, 2016 @ 08:12 PM | 5,115 Views
Friday, for the first time, I flew with the Coffee Foilers, at their field in Tullahoma. Poh and I met down at Tullahoma (about a 50 min drive South of Murfreesboro). It wasn't exactly a warm day, I think the high was about 50 F. The club setup their main winch and retriever. Poh and I were the only fliers. We had a few club members stop by and shoot the breeze. I few my Shadow, while Poh flew his Shadow and BOT.
Don Cleveland joined us for some DHLG as the day wore on. They finally packed the winch away at 4PM and we hit the local BBQ place for a late lunch. Good lift, no crashes and no snow. It was a great day.
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Posted by mfwilliams | Feb 06, 2016 @ 01:43 AM | 4,712 Views
Just received another round of pictures from Kit. Air was a little light last Saturday. More electrics and DHLG's than slopers. I see some new aircraft are up. Looks like Mark has an E-Flite Extra 540. DJ got my Falco-franken-Bat flying. Also looks like Amadeo has debuted his Spin. And someone (DJ) got himself a new Veloster?
Great pictures guys. Hoping everyone is having a great time down in Sunny South Florida.

Mike
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Posted by mfwilliams | Feb 04, 2016 @ 01:08 AM | 5,798 Views
Finally had a break in the weather. We had 6 inches of snow, Nashville had more that 8. By Friday the snow had melted off and the temps reached the 50's. Poh rang me up and I met him over at Eagleville for some winching. The field was a little wet from the snow, but not too muddy. He brought his red Shadow and I of course had my yellow Shadow.
We both had spectacular flights. Almost every flight was over 20 minutes. Finally, we decided to park our planes after the receiver battery testers showed us we were very close to “empty”. In the meantime one other hardy soul joined us. Local guy, Gary, with his e-BOT. Poh took one more risky flight (his Li-Fe was getting critical at this point) to fly with Gary. Fortunately, his Shadow had a short flight and made it back without incident.
Poh and I talked about our Oregon slope trip for this year. Trying to decide if the last week in May or the first week in June would be best. Lots of interest in flyers wanting to join up and setting a firm date. It looks like the first week in June would be best (the mid-south is the last week in May at Triple Tree and Poh would like to go).
After a brief discussion, I had to bow out early, without lunch. The wife had some furniture I had to pick up in the other end of the county by 4PM and I had to roll.

Mike
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