06 May 2018

a couple of weeks ago...

A few weeks ago we started to enjoy the start of
the spring air...

Fly-over from one of the last of the few.

Fly-past... one of the many.

Followed by the obligatory Mark landing sequence shots...

mirror, signal, spoilers....

...handbrake turn

Mark signs 'job's a goodun' for the
benefit of those with landing-assessment-impairment syndrome.

Meanwhile over in combat corner...

I smell pink man-flesh!

Gary is king of the wings today.

Enter the Opterra.

Looks as if combat is back for 2018!

18 April 2018

a good day

We waited and waited, and finally both winter and the mist cleared....

team Swiss

Swiss Tony peaks over the dashboard having left
his booster at home

Blue sky, clouds and flying. What could be better?

The Backscatter effect continues to bring fragments of slope archaeology to the surface.

Pete's Salto loves the conditions

More like this in the coming season!

Marks treats us to a low pass.

lovely scalie struggled a little in the breeze

Mark's back up there somewhere...

...just there...

and safely back again from his second to last flight of the day,
which as we all know in sloping superstition is in fact his last flight of the day

17 March 2018

decayed decade

More discovered hard drive memories from a decade ago.
Dave's speedy 60" scratch builds.

02 March 2018

25 February 2018

against the grain

As you've probably noticed we're a bit short on easterly slopes in this neck of the woods.
As such, desperation drives us to try any lump or bump available.

foamies only at this site

how many miles of east facing sea wall would you like?

with such a tight lift band, low pass are compulsory 

stealth foamie poised to clobber Simon
square in the back of the head

both foamie and victim bounce back

Mud Man informs us that landing out is not recommended

Nobody managed a rail slide, but maybe we'll be back
in better weather and greater numbers. Summer combat BBQ anyone?

02 February 2018

old hard drive

10 years ago to the day this happened....

Maiden flight of the '28 IIRC

like a pro- flying accessories carried in a Tesco carrier bag

22 January 2018


Well, the sun was last Friday if that counts...

With Eric in charge of the camera, it's a veritable visual nebulistic
orgasm of atmospheric gases....plus a glider...and a helicopter.

balance glider on head fail

it adheres itself to the edge of the frame

let's exposure our throbbing fleshy purpleness
to the audience instead...

nonplussed, they decide to pack up

 And so an entanglement of white stiffness shuffles off.