Sunday, August 29, 2010
Our little hill with a beautifull sunset!
Zally came second when trying to fly below ground level.
Johann and Morne.
Monday, August 23, 2010
Somehow in the suicide mid-air, (when you fly towards each other, which we try not to do as this just breaks your airie), Brads elevator broke in two. This is an easy repair. Push two or three wooden squewers down the flutes. No hot glue required.
5 min repair!!
Below however, takes a little more effort.
Dont be shy!! Cut it away. Then add tabs for support to the patch.
Sunday, August 22, 2010
Today’s flying at Maitlands looked real promising but it turned out to be nothing to shout about in the end.
The wind swung from blowing straight up the slope (south west) to west south west with little or no lift at all.
We also had quite a bit of rain to contend with. But it brought a sight of which I had never seen before.
The water was all light up in rainbow colors almost like a rainbow was sinking into the see.
My explanation: This must be a huge rainbow just behind the horizon (curvature of the earth). You guys can decide if I am right. Or maybe supply us with your own explanation.
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For now enjoy the pic’s.
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Pocket Rocket...LIMIT-EX!!..with sanding sealer drying in flight.
All of 530mm span and 225g.
Ready to Maiden, Alain to launch.
Darons Impala did not make the beach for the landing.
Into the African sunset.
Daron preparing his Impala for flight.
Morne takes the long walk after running out of lift.
The Jart look.
Brad gives Morne's Jart the heev.
Barry only maidened his Mig the day before and was sloping it the day after. This the first time he ever sloped. You got b**ls Barry!!
Eight of the nine Migs in the air.