Ideal for soaring at Lawrencetown Sunday morning

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Ideal for soaring at Lawrencetown Sunday morning

New postby JohnOSullivan on Sat Jun 10, 2017 7:19 pm

Forecast for Lawrencetown Sunday 11th
10am 16 kph SSW temp 17 deg. going to 21kph SSW by 2pm
I talked to Chris Dean and plan to be at the slope by 10:30 am
Looks like the seasonal winds are starting.
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Re: Ideal for soaring at Lawrencetown Sunday morning

New postby falcondart on Sun Jun 11, 2017 8:46 am

So far we have John osullivan ...Chris dean....Al coolen....John walker....even john liddard says he may show up . Come out and take advantage of this great day
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Re: Ideal for soaring at Lawrencetown Sunday morning

New postby JohnOSullivan on Sun Jun 11, 2017 2:55 pm

Five out and had great flying, Winds were brisk from the southwest 25kph gusting to 40kph.
I maidened the sailplane version of my 16 ounce 2 metre Mayfly and even with no ballast it performed very well in the high winds.
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Re: Ideal for soaring at Lawrencetown Sunday morning

New postby JohnF on Wed Jun 14, 2017 7:50 am

All the parts that fell off my Spectra sail plane at Lawrence Town Beach during a gravity test have been replaced.
The plane is ready for another air worthiness flight 8-)
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