Contest 11/12/16

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It was a great flying day that challenged us all with lift that was elusive and usually not that strong.  Consistency paid off, with Wayne winning UNL and Art winning RES.  I scored landing points on two of my flights … Continued

Flying Report 10/3/2016

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If you were thinking about coming out today, you made a bad decision. It was a great day for flying as there were thermals available for the taking even in the overcast skies. We had Bob W, Rich, John H, … Continued

Flying Report 8/6/2016

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As previously reported, Robert & Wayne were out flying hand launch this morning when I arrived around 8:30. I set up my winch and flew my new Perfection. Lift was spotty but it was there. I had one popoff but … Continued

Flying Report 7/30/16

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I got to the sod farm around 8:30 and Wayne was already there flying some hand launch but he said he couldn’t stay long. Soon after I arrived, Art, Bob W., Rich, Larry, Gene, Dennis, Bob G. and Bill arrived. … Continued

May HL/UNL/RES Contests

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  I’m still recovering… Had so much fun yesterday that I literally could not walk when I got home. Had to crawl to the car just to go out to dinner. (well, maybe that is a slight exaggeration. But not … Continued

HL Contest 3/19/2016

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Boy o boy, what a difference having four fliers makes for flying HL! I really enjoy the different tasks and strategies that are involved. With four fliers we can finally pair off and fly two on two. Which is something … Continued

Mills Mall 3/5/2016

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Here’s a video from this Saturday. As you can see, Mills is flyable. https://vimeo.com/157977964Chris Very good, Chris. Looks like the M60 takes more air to stay up than the Solius needs. But the air was good that day for both … Continued

Fults 2-28-2016

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There were four of us out sloping at Fults today; Ken, Mike, Taylor and myself. The winds were Yuge! It was blowing steady at 28 with gusts recorded at 47mph from the SW. Remarkably, no one lost a plane to … Continued