Middle Wallop May 18 /19th Access arrangements

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chris williams
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Re: Middle Wallop May 18 /19th Access arrangements

Post by chris williams » 18 May 2019, 20:23

Brilliant day at MW today... Light winds, no rain, good banter ;)

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Re: Middle Wallop May 18 /19th Access arrangements

Post by Phill Tadman » 18 May 2019, 21:42

What a great day!

Thank you Ghosties

Phill

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Re: Middle Wallop May 18 /19th Access arrangements

Post by geoff_crew » 18 May 2019, 22:04

Couldn't agree more, one of the best MW days I've had and thanks once again to the Ghosties looking forward to tomorrow.

Geoff :D :D
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Re: Middle Wallop May 18 /19th Access arrangements

Post by ian davis » 19 May 2019, 07:41

Wonderful day yesterday. Great flying and good company.

The only sadness was the lack of glider guiders . After all the hard work that John and Pat have put into rescuing the event from oblivion the one thing that is desperately needed is more people to attend.


Ian ;)

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Re: Middle Wallop May 18 /19th Access arrangements

Post by Sean Fitzgibbon » 19 May 2019, 15:56

Great day today at Middle Wallop, huge thanks to John and the rest of the guys for their hard work securing this unique venue!
Can't wait until the next meeting, see you all there!!
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Re: Middle Wallop May 18 /19th Access arrangements

Post by geoff_crew » 19 May 2019, 22:07

What a fantastic weekend aero towing at Middle Wallop,well done to GS team and the weather Gods were really good to us on both days. Great stuff :D :D :D

Geoff
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Re: Middle Wallop May 18 /19th Access arrangements

Post by chris williams » 19 May 2019, 23:03

A classic weekend at a classic venue... Many thanks to the Ghost Squadron for putting on the event in the face of many bureaucratic obstacles. (Super weather both days, in spite of the forecasts.)
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Re: Middle Wallop May 18 /19th Access arrangements

Post by Antonia » 19 May 2019, 23:15

Considering the weather forecast, what a fantastic week-end, the weather gods were certainly with us, I was nice to blow away the winter cobwebs and to get the early season gremlins out of the way!...
Thanks very much to John, Darren, Tony, and Al, etc. at Ghost squadron for a cracking week-end :D :D
Antonia & Mel

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Re: Middle Wallop May 18 /19th Access arrangements

Post by FrankS » 20 May 2019, 08:10

Yep, just to endorse, great day yesterday and pretty perfect aerotow weather which held up until we were leaving the field.

Thanks to the Ghosties for a great day.

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Re: Middle Wallop May 18 /19th Access arrangements

Post by simon_t » 20 May 2019, 21:46

I could only make the Sunday, but another great day’s flying, with plenty of lift most of the time and long flights, and a bit of tugging when not gliding. Not sure where everyone else was as we really need more numbers to keep these events viable! As always, the event would not be possible without the dedication and hard work of the Ghost Squadron, so thanks guys - two excellent events so far this year and it’s not even the end of May yet!

Simon

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