The recent fine weather has brought out a nice selection of models for you all to enjoy - weather was a little breezy but a great day was had by all
A few hardy souls travelled up to the field to day only to find 4" of the white stuff already there - some of us just could not drive up past the gate while others made the journey with ease. Once we all arrived we were greeted by some magical blue sky's and picture postcard views. John F , Fred and Olly took to the air and entertained us all with some great takeoffs, touch and go's and classy flying - all with some suitable and generally un-helpfull banter and heckling from the rest of us - all of this was captured by Andy and Fred for posterity and hopefully the footage will appear late in a Club DVD for all to enjoy.
New Parking Bays
Some planes are just too precious to get wet - have a look at our new Umbrella system for bush planes.!!Read more
Happy at his work station
Andy making some minor adjustments or is he fixing a puncture ??Read more
A few photos from yesterday in Roundwood – the weather was excellent, the pilots in flying form(excuse the pun) – no dinks or dongs to report just excellent landings throughout the day – we welcomed some old friends with plenty of tea, cakes, chat and craic. The bush pilot took to the air after his camouflage attempt and showed us how a bush plane should be flown - very impressive indeed – I am reliably informed that touch and go’s on the lake will be his next endeavor – lets hope there is not a big splash!!!
Definition of a Bush Plane
Today on the field we had an explosion of pilots with a serious amount of planes both extra large and very petite. The most popular plane flying today was the Bush Plane - we had 5 on the field today with lots of discussion as to what a bush plane really is - this debate went…Read more