With the weather looking like it will close us down soon we managed to get the day off to a good start with some great flying.
James had a few misshaps lately and turned up in his wounded car.
Great sense of humour James and we are so glad those tails are only stuck on.....
Pre flights begin
Barry assembling his hanger.
And Bob also keeping a keen eye on the preparation of the BBQ.
Jack gets his PC9 ready. Happy Birthday jack. Sweet sixteen today. Knock off the sweet bit...
Curtis and his astro hog and Extra
Curtis has his extra now powered by a 15cc gas evolution.. Sounds and flys nice.
Good grief .. Sprung with a transmitter in my hand. This is starting to be an often occurrence.
Who'd have thought
Great to see Dennis enjoying his Yak. It did have a bit of a hard landing later on but nothing a bit of epoxy cant fix..
It was a busy pits most of the day trying to beat the oncoming rain.
At last it was BBQ time but the weather had finally closed in and the rain was pelting.
Not to mention the cyclonic winds. Everyone is trying to shade to BBQ to keep it alight.
Well that was it for the year.
Overall a fantastic year of change and more change.
We have our new field which is progressing nicely. We will have a great strip once all this rain settles and we mow it down to size..
Thanks to everyone for your help during the year. We sure have a great time to look forward to next year.
Merry Christmas to everyone. Enjoy the festivities and please stay safe over the holiday period.
Get to work on those new aircraft and maintenance for all those older ones.
I think we are planning a warbirds day for February. Keep you informed on the dates.
Hope Santa brings you lots of new kits. If not I have a couple of good web sites you can get them from...
See you in 2016