Another glorious day and a great turn out of flyers.
Here are a crowd of our members sporting the new look colours and shirts.
The field is looking fantastic .
Another shot of the field from Camerons UAV.
Billy on a rampage to get some flight time on his Cap in preparation for the Stang.
You just can't beat the look of the mustang. Glamerous Glenn had a good engine run and taxi test just to tease us a little.
Greg had his Ultimate up for a fly and also attempted to get his Gyro up and flying.
Couldn't coax it into the air so maybe next week.
Contrary to popular belief I do still fly. Hehehe
After sorting out the radio problems in the JR which appears to be just some dry solder
joints on the module board. After 3 expensive crashes I could only be game to fly the trainers.
I resurrected the old Classic after having it hang on the wall for several years.
A litre of CRC and a bit of fuel and away she went. It looks rough but flys so well.
Curtis had a bit of fun with his Astro hog.
Anthony showed no mercy with his boomerang.
And midget Su.
Jack had some success with his new Pc9 but had to sort out an engine starting problem first.
I think a new Glow plug is next on the list..
Billy started out with his heli.
The Super Cub ready for flight.
Gee I like that Edge 540. Looks very familiar.
Good to see you back up and flying Billy.
Dennis had his Yak up and running
The Pc9' was again ready following last weeks little mishap.
Not to be out done here comes the big guns again with another great flight of the Falcon
Our resident Spectrum salesperson had some good flights of his P47
Great to see the arrangement of aircraft that Barry and his hanger had in stock.
This was an interesting Gyro that Barrie has not yet been able to get into the air.
Today it taxied the length of the strip superbly and still wouldn't lift off.
I think some modification to the blade angle is on the cards.
Next up was Michael with his um his um his taped up yellow thing.....
It flew perfectly until the thumbs got in the way and a 20g landing spelt rest time for the tape.
James had another successful solo with his boomerang.
Cameron and a litre of foam safe glue managed to tidy up the SkyMule...Again...
Cameron's super quick Stinger before.......
And after some dumb thumbing. The control rates proved to be just to excessive to handle.
Many thanks to Billy and his gorgeous wife Danelle for supplying and cooking
a greatly appreciated sausage sizzle. We all appreciate your efforts and hope you decide to continue the tradition each week. OOps each month.. AAhh whenever you want to..
As is tradition a wash up meeting held at the end of the day assured a great time was had by all.
Hope to see you all out again next week.