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Cross country flying Skills clubnight

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Cross country flying Skills clubnight

Postby Dave Thomas » Wed Nov 21, 2018 3:46 pm

Reminder that it is on next Monday 8pm in Bridnorth. There's a fair number of pilots already said they are coming so should be a good Q & A night for everyone to benefit from each others thoughts.

Upstairs room at the Crown, High Street, Bridgnorth, WV16 4DB
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Re: Cross country flying Skills clubnight

Postby Brian Sanders » Tue Nov 27, 2018 1:05 pm

Thanks for putting this on, was a lot of food for thought here, and particularly interesting to get three individuals outlooks and see how their personalities are represented in their flying.
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Re: Cross country flying Skills clubnight

Postby james allcock » Tue Nov 27, 2018 8:21 pm

Absolutely agree.
Thanks very much to the sky gods for sharing their ideas and analysis.
It’s really generous of you to give your time on such a miserable winter’s night. It was a real ‘pea souper’ in places on the drive home.
Sessions like this help to stoke the ‘dream factory’ during the long British winter...
Not long now till nights start getting shorter again.
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Re: Cross country flying Skills clubnight

Postby Steve Watts » Wed Nov 28, 2018 11:57 am

Yeah thanks to Dave for orchestrating and getting us all together and his and Kai's words
of wisdom, also for getting me way out of my comfort zone not having the best of social skills :D .

Roll on next season and more fun and adventure!
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Re: Cross country flying Skills clubnight

Postby james allcock » Wed Nov 28, 2018 9:36 pm

Pah!
You were excellent Mr Watts!
An amusing and humble skilfull presentation - all the better without the dreaded PowerPoint in my view.
Quote of the night in there too: “I have the breaking strain of a soggy chip” when asked about choosing which site to head to
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