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Just saying hello and looking forward to gaining both some new knowledge and friends in the wonderful world of Slope Soaring! :)

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Gromit

Welcome to the BARCS Forums Dects :) Where abouts in Hampshire are you ? Which are your regular slopes ?

 

  Stu

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Hi Stu,

 

I live near Andover so fly Beacon Hill, Kingsclere downs, and the hill that make up the Pewsey Vale mostly.

 

Shaun

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Gromit

Hi Stu,

 

I live near Andover so fly Beacon Hill, Kingsclere downs, and the hill that make up the Pewsey Vale mostly.

 

Shaun

Hi Shaun,  The Kingsclere downs are my local slopes. I've not trekked up Beacon hill for several yrs .

 

 Stu.

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Hi Stu,

 

Agreed it's a bit of a trek and effort but when its good winds it's worth it :)

 

Shaun

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Gromit

Hi Shaun,  Beacon hill, Ladle hill & the Kingsclere slopes were where I started this flying mullarky . I've many memories of Climbing up & down Beacon hill when it was covered in snow, icy rock hard frosts, & wet & slippery :wacko: . All these slopes used to be very active on Friday afternoon's / evenings & at weekends.

 

  Stu

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