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Thought that seeing as there is an F3F videos thread, we should also have a Slope and DS vids thread too, in the appropriate section too :)

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Oooooh lovely :) , nice vid & nice flying. Shame its just made Woodstock jump off "The cliffs of Moher" though ;) , nice bloke. LOL

Stuart.

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Gromit said:

Oooooh lovely :) , nice vid & nice flying. Shame its just made Woodstock jump off "The cliffs of Moher" though ;) , nice bloke. LOLStuart.
Yeah. MAJOR seller's remorse here :(
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Woodstock said:

Gromit said:

Oooooh lovely
:)
, nice vid & nice flying. Shame its just made Woodstock jump off "The cliffs of Moher" though
;)
, nice bloke. LOL Stuart.

Yeah. MAJOR seller's remorse here
:(

Personally, i think Mr b must have spiked your Guiness the night he got you to part with it Chris :(

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cliffhanger

Looking good!! Dunno why you sold that C.V., but guess your X model Stingray will be more manageable.Mine's s-l-o-w-ly coming along, hopefully late summer Clayt/Andy can chuck it off Rhossili for me (I'll have a rescue boat standing by :) )

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Whatcha mean ...............hed got it all written out for me on the Saturday morning ......who am I to look that Gift horse in the mouth .......and it wasnt 15 milk bottle tops ya know ........ :)

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cliffhanger

I know it's been posted elsewhere, but I still like the graceful flowing flying of Simon from Stoke's 7 metre Duo Discus- very relaxing.

 

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Phil.Taylor

Ha! – a new acronym – ABTH aerobatics ;)

nice flying :clap:

interesting, cos one of my favourite things is flying below the horizon line – looks different, shows the colour scheme better

(and I know one flier who wont fly below the horizon line, not even quickly from a dive to snap a good photo)

Phil.

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I thought flying below eye level was one of the big advantages of slope flying (less crick in the neck)?

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isoaritfirst

I have just watched this again and think you should too, nice dreamy bit towards the end that just hits the spot for me. Total luck in the editing bit but sometimes that's the best way.

 

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