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Martin_N

Hi Pierre, Nice videos, beautiful location.

Would love to fly there one day.

Martin

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jwest532

With Whitesheet cancelled we decided to go to the seaside

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Martin_N

Excellent video Joel, really good days flying and great company, good choice of endings. Next time I might not miss :D just be glad it was me on the sticks and not Simon :eek:

Stefan hope your weren't to tired at work today :clap: you are the real deal when it comes to slope flying.

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Pete Burgess

Hi Paul,

Good to see that you have signed up to this forum.

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Stefan Bertschi

... and at ninety miles per hour it hit him like dynamite. Jonathan Seagull exploded in midair and smashed down into a brick hard sea.

(Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull)

It was truly a memorable day. I had (well, I think we all had) great fun and some fantastic flying this last sunday.

Thank you all for your hospitality which made this (perhaps a little bit bonkers) trip really worth it.

Cheers

Stefan

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Bobbyr

Looks Excellent

Well done Joel :frantics: Looked fast as well :D:D , but deffo my kinda slope .

Bob

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Guest Jon_s

jwest532 said:

With Whitesheet cancelled we decided to go to the seaside

Three things :-

1, Looked like a great day and those coastal slopes do look very slow :D

2, No footage of the seagull being murdered by Simon

3, Where was my invite ?

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RustyKnee

Stefan Bertschi said:

... and at ninety miles per hour it hit him like dynamite. Jonathan Seagull exploded in midair and smashed down into a brick hard sea.

(Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull)

It was truly a memorable day. I had (well, I think we all had) great fun and some fantastic flying this last sunday.

Thank you all for your hospitality which made this (perhaps a little bit bonkers) trip really worth it.

Cheers

Stefan

Lucky it wasn't Steven Seagull....he kicks ****...bit of a bloater these days though.

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isoaritfirst

Stefan Bertschi said:

... and at ninety miles per hour it hit him like dynamite. Jonathan Seagull exploded in midair and smashed down into a brick hard sea.

(Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull)

It was truly a memorable day. I had (well, I think we all had) great fun and some fantastic flying this last sunday.

Thank you all for your hospitality which made this (perhaps a little bit bonkers) trip really worth it.

Cheers

Stefan

Apparently Jonathan flew on a higher plain.or was that a lower plane. ? :confused:

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Gromit

Surely the seagull should have been called Stefan not Steven !...............Stefan seagull..... i'l get me coat :D

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Guest Jon_s

isoaritfirst said:

Apparently Jonathan flew on a higher plain.or was that a lower plane. ? :confused:

What ever Jonathan flew on it was coastal air. :D

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Yoyo

Jon_s said:

What ever Jonathan flew on it was coastal air. :D

Well yes, but he was a power flyer wasn't he. You can fly anywhere with power. :)

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Peter G

I kind of know what its like Simon.

Well not seagull murder as such, but I once did a really spoony cast when pier fishing in the Isle of Man and a seagul took the bait :eek:

Rather than try an reel it in I cut the line so there is/was a seagull on a string living in Laxey I.O.M for a while.

I still feel a bit bad but it was an accident, and they can't be helped.

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jwest532

That doesn't sound good. For the seagull I mean. Also I don't suppose you had the support of 3 close friends to make you feel better about the whole situation. Luckily for Simon he had Stefan, Martin and myself on hand to help him through this traumatic ordeal. I'm sure if you asked him he would say that the whole experience would have been far worse if it wasn't for our support. :D

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Guest Jon_s

i heard that the collision made his alliaj look a whole lot better.

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midster69

Here's a vid i put together after a practice last weekend at HoH

 

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Gromit

I've never been to the HOH so it was great to see so much of it on your vid. Looks a brilliant site.

Srangeley, i prefered the rearward looking run, to the forward looking :)

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jwest532

Not a glider video but the camera has potential to make videoing on the hills and even on the planes much easier.

 

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Gonesoaring2003

Nice one Joel, I notice you didn't follow the police car! :D

I thought you might at least have shown us how rugged it is! :D

The only thing with the Go pro mounted on a model is its not exactly streamlined!!

Alex

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