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    • f3fisa
      I have found that if the wind is blowing on the main hill then the grass on the back side should not be moving at all. The air needs to break away from the top of the hill and not stick to the back side.  It is much more difficult with a foamy than a slippery F3f type model as Mike said, also the shallower the hill the nearer you have to be to the ground at the back. Also be careful as you develop tunnel vision and your peripheral vision reduces the more circuits you fly. David.
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      Right call John 
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