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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #80 on: September 01, 2009, 00:02:37 AM »
Chris, IIRC you were flying the Wimpy weren't you ?
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #81 on: September 01, 2009, 22:04:13 PM »
Chris, IIRC you were flying the Wimpy weren't you ?

            More than likely.I've flown Mr Collis's Bombers a few times now around there.
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #82 on: September 02, 2009, 22:11:31 PM »
I'm new to your site, I live on the N.E. coast near Saltburn & have just started sloping on a couple of sites within a few miles of where I live & I'm intrested on getting out a bit on my days off if the weather allows. I'm currently flying a couple of electric flat field models which ar'nt really suited to strong winds-but I've just bought a 60" carbon bird which needs fitting out & will be shortly getting a 3.2 FVK Mistral F3J powered glider-2nd hand BUT mint condition ;D
Here's where I've flown so far coastal wise. N.N.E/N.E. Skiningrove, N.E Saltburn, N Saltburn (challenging landings!!), N.E. Marske headlands, N.W. Marske coast road. Inland I've flown  N.W. Carlton Bank & N. Modellers ridge, W & E Castleton rigg (now subject to review by landowners-but freedom to roam laws may make their case very poor) ;) & S.W James Cook.
Hole of Horcum just half an hour from where I live-but not flown there yet (gliders with props not allowed!)
Any new sites within an hrs drive would help broaden my scope-feel free to advise. 


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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #83 on: September 03, 2009, 13:03:33 PM »
Welcome to the forum Ade.

As you mention Castleton Rigg you're probably aware of the Guisborough club. If not you might like to look them up, their club rules detail some flying sites
http://www.guisboroughmfc.co.uk/

They also fly gliders and electrics from the Kirkleatham Show Ground just up the road from you. In the past thermal soaring and F3B competitions have been held there so that could be a good field to fly your Mistral from. I think the father and son Haley team practice there, Steve occasionally visits the RCG forum where you could contact him for more information. If you want any contact details for the Haleys pm me your email address and I'll send it on.

There's a former Weardale club member now living just outside Thirsk who regularly flies large scale gliders from the same hill range south of Carleton Bank. Again let me have your details if you want to contact him.

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Re: North East Flyers/ bent wing beauty needs a toss
« Reply #84 on: September 03, 2009, 17:51:44 PM »
Tango,Bustergrunt,
                             I have been tinkering with a new toy that i picked up at the nats,I built a new tailplane a fresh coat of red paint ,pollished canopy ,added a closed loop on rudder a general clean up and the application of a heat gun and ready to toss.I thinks its an S2G kit and span is 3.5 mtrs ish.
hope to fly in the next week or so.
                        cheers Euan.ps photo attached


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Re: North East Flyers/ bent wing beauty needs a toss
« Reply #85 on: September 03, 2009, 17:53:53 PM »
Tango,Bustergrunt,
                             I have been tinkering with a new toy that i picked up at the nats,I built a new tailplane a fresh coat of red paint ,pollished canopy ,added a closed loop on rudder a general clean up and the application of a heat gun and ready to toss.I thinks its an S2G kit and span is 3.5 mtrs ish.
hope to fly in the next week or so.
                        cheers Euan.

YAY, good to see her in a new home, sure she will be loved there.  :) :) :)
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #86 on: September 03, 2009, 17:59:05 PM »
Stuey,
             Yes mate well happy ,i was going to re cover the wings but have you seen the price of tex??,i used a single digi servo in the stab rather than the original dual servos,had a small mishap after i hung it up in the garage to dry i heard a bang and found it rather shorter.Still keeps me busy whilst watching my kids play,
           cheers Euan ps thanks to Ian for transporting it to the nats
« Last Edit: September 03, 2009, 18:10:00 PM by egall232, Reason: pilot error??????? »


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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #87 on: September 03, 2009, 19:07:47 PM »
Hello matey...happy to toss you off... :D


Just say when and where
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #88 on: September 03, 2009, 19:10:57 PM »
......Just say when and where

This weekend??
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #89 on: September 03, 2009, 19:13:24 PM »
Form an orderly queue  :co
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #90 on: September 03, 2009, 19:21:38 PM »
Just about to go show horn an RX into my new 'MiniBlade'....so I'm up for a bit of tossing on Sunday?.......forecast looks good, southerly at 15-20mph.

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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #91 on: September 03, 2009, 19:21:50 PM »
Phil needs more tossing practice since last time his efforts almost ended up on my head. Don't think he appreciated the wind speed and how much thrust he'd need to get going.

He has his new sloper to try out now.

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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #92 on: September 03, 2009, 19:26:32 PM »
Gents,
          thanks for the offer of a toss,probably not at the weekend its the great north flyinn on Sunday at Cramlingtons club field and i will be doing my usual flightline duties,please feel free to bring a model and have a flight .All that is required is proof of BMFA insurance for general r/c flying and a b cert for jets or larger models,
                 cheers Euan.ps Phill and steve it would be great if you two could attend .

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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #93 on: September 06, 2009, 19:15:31 PM »
Petes. I was a member of Guis. club many years ago-briefly! unless things have changed (which by the number of former members I fly with at Kirkleatham I'm guessing not) I cant see me joining-BUT I've heard they've swept out the old comittee so never say never eh! They have no intrest in either helis or gliders which takes up most of my flying time.
Re Kirkleatham I've met the Hayleys a couple of times flyng the F3BJ/K gliders & they have offered to help me with set up, I just love them 'whipping' their gliders on that tow line.
 


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Re: North East Flyers/Minimoa flys
« Reply #94 on: September 07, 2009, 18:22:58 PM »
Hello,
         Well what a change in the weather from a rather wet and windy Cramlington  to a great sth.westerly at stanley Crook ideal for a test fly of my Minimoa.
Have to report it flew really well my young son even managed a stir of the sticks no problems in landing without flaps or brakes on what is quite a tight site.
It was nice to meet up with a couple of the forum members at the great north fly in , well done to PatMac who won the all up last down glider comp with a multiplex foamy.
I will try and post a couple of photos that Cameron took,
                      cheers Euan.
« Last Edit: September 08, 2009, 14:08:39 PM by egall232 »

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Re: North East Flyers wanted EPP zagi or similar
« Reply #95 on: September 08, 2009, 12:08:03 PM »
Hello,
        Iam after an Epp glider for my son,Zagi si ,perkins bullet or other  similar,
                    cheers Euan.

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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #96 on: September 08, 2009, 15:19:35 PM »
Hi Euan,
Enjoyed a good day at Cramlington despite the weather. Very impressed with your Salto, I'll have to see if I can fix my smaller slope version this winter.

It's the Blyth B&B this week I'll keep a lookout for any s/h EPP gliders & have a word around the likely suspects.

Cheers,
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Re: North East Flyers wanted EPP zagi or similar
« Reply #97 on: September 08, 2009, 18:51:52 PM »
Hello,
        Iam after an Epp glider for my son,Zagi si ,perkins bullet or other  similar,
                    cheers Euan.

I've got one he can borrow until he's ready for something else
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #98 on: September 13, 2009, 20:13:46 PM »
had an excellent day with the WMGA...the best bit though was when Euan managed to bash himself on the head with the Zagi, which I brought along for his son to learn on...the young lad did very well, in fact considerably better than his dad.
My Luna, once I sorted out the mixes (which mysteriously seem to change each time I fly it  ??? ::)) looked fantastic, and once i stop the javelin landings I'll be well pleased...now where is this blimmin' Flying Fish!!!  $%&
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #99 on: September 13, 2009, 20:49:56 PM »
Well ,
           what a great session with the WMGA,Thanks to Buster for the Zaggi,Cameron my eight year old took around an hour to learn to fly it and yes he did a lot better than me.
I managed to crash my Minimoa after an aileron servo stopped working but after a wee bit of tlc it will fly again. I also hope the chap who hurt his ankle is ok <looked nasty>,
               cheers Euan.

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Re: North East Flyers lack of tossers forces expensive solution
« Reply #100 on: September 16, 2009, 21:26:38 PM »
Hello,
         Now that my head has recovered from Busters zaggi landing on it,i took a trip up to Wolsingham  to fly my Dg 1000< i love mouldies>,problem is tossing it off on my own is frought with danger it weighs 16lbs ish.
It has a motor fitted but it can be seen in flight ,what can the solution be a nice scale mouldie 4 mtrs plus with a standard prop layout and rough field rise of ground capability.Solution a response to a wanted ad on BMFA and after selling my prized jet  i will be the new owner of a third scale all moulded Windex 1200c self launch motor glider,this is a model i have been lusting after for ages ,built by baudis in CZ so no more tossers needed < i hope>?,
flight report early next week cheers Euan

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Re: North East Flyers lack of tossers forces expensive solution
« Reply #101 on: September 16, 2009, 21:48:29 PM »
Hello,
         Now that my head has recovered from Busters zaggi landing on it,


Which you had launched yourself (i note you didn't admit to that!! ;D)
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #102 on: September 16, 2009, 21:51:38 PM »
I never launched it it did it on its own honest mister?????????

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Re: North East Flyers no tossers needed i hope ?
« Reply #103 on: September 22, 2009, 14:14:04 PM »
Well,
          I finally picked up my Windex 1200c and what a beauty it is,is from baudis in the CZ and features an all composite airframe with a nice scale cockpit,model is third scale with a span of 4,1 mtrs powered by a mega 413015 motor on 5s lipo has flaps ,spoilers tow release etc and will stretch my trusty DX7 ??.I hope to test fly before the end of the week,
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Re: North East Flyers no tossers needed i hope ?
« Reply #104 on: September 22, 2009, 14:15:17 PM »
More pictures,

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Re: North East Flyers/not my best day on the slope??
« Reply #105 on: September 30, 2009, 20:01:38 PM »
Well,
        After telling my wife i was going for a local slope session,<Stanley Crook> due to having a large amount of stitches in my shoulder after recent surgery,i ended up at the crossroads near Stanhope.Conditions average to poor  so i had a flight with my Minimoa ,landed roughly so no more playing with that?.Next i launched my Salto with its edf pod much to the disgust of others who moaned about a giant hoover/hairdryer .After a great flight i landed and headed back to the car to change batts and locked the bl@@dy keys in the car along with my spare batts phone etc.After borrowing Trevellans phone and grovelling to my dear wife i got the spare keys delivered.
Monday morning and wife asks for have i seen the new camera <bought two weeks ago> yes i left it on top of my car ,DOH .
still it was better than staying at home all day???,
         cheers Euan,ps i had a good session at Tow law with my Minimoa this afternoon.
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #106 on: October 01, 2009, 20:01:09 PM »
Laugh? I almost bust a gut  ;D
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #107 on: October 01, 2009, 20:29:53 PM »
BG,
          I thought you would find it funny,
             cheers Euan.

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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #108 on: November 16, 2009, 16:32:20 PM »
Hey Buster glad you had a good day out. church site was under a large black cloud all day looked like the end of world was coming. Plus the nite before had a skinfull if the black stuff :o

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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #109 on: November 16, 2009, 16:36:14 PM »
Planes are going well on fleabay heli's sold so now after big mouldie :)

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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #110 on: November 16, 2009, 18:50:48 PM »
kewl...2m ish?
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #111 on: November 16, 2009, 19:00:30 PM »
I'll be in the Peterlee area for a few days over crimbo and should be able to get a pass for some slope action. What are the possibilities for visiting fliers please?
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #112 on: November 16, 2009, 19:22:20 PM »
No worries, if the weather is good we can easily accommodate you :af :uk:
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #113 on: November 16, 2009, 20:00:44 PM »
No worries, if the weather is good we can easily accommodate you :af :uk:
OK, thanks, will post nearer the time.

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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #114 on: November 16, 2009, 22:35:48 PM »
Guaranteed a good laugh bring a hard hat mind you lol

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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #115 on: December 21, 2009, 21:23:32 PM »
Nearly crimbo now and I'll be arriving at Shotton Colliery lunchtime on 23rd as far as I know, and leaving on 27th early doors. We haven't done a trial pack yet but will have 4 adult humans and one adult border collie to stuff in the car before pressies and gliders. Its a golf but I've nailed a roof box on so am somewhat hopeful of getting either or both of the M60 and x-ite in.

In theory I'll be around for some slope action at some time and I have a very accommodating (of me) wife but with many family factors there has to be some level of uncertainty. So, prime path is to meet up with some of you guys  but solo flying is a possibility I'd like to pursue if its a choice between flying and not if it can be made to work - I'll have internet access up there so is that the best way to communicate? I'll PM Buster with by mobile # anyway.

If I was restricted to a couple of hours, are there any slopes near rotten Shotton that would go in a SW (which looks to be the predominant wind direction over the period) ? If they were easterlies I'd nip down to the coast and probably not upset anybody but I'm not too sure about other wind directions.

Oh, btw, are any of you axe murderers, its just that my daughter worries about me meeting people off the internet ;-)

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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #116 on: December 22, 2009, 00:44:35 AM »
Hello Geezer, I'l pm my contact details...I'm off 24th (wifes b/day) to 28th (inclusive) so hopefully we can get a it of aviation in during that time.
Shotton is only 1 miles away so not too far eh?
I'll keep an eye on the weather for wind details. Make sure you bring your BMFA card with you in case we get up Weardale
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #117 on: December 22, 2009, 00:55:39 AM »
Have a look at Metcheck.com for wind direction, just type in the first part of your postcode for a local forecast.
Not sure of slope near shotton unless it's for an eastrly or SE in which case I'd try Easington with a foamy
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #118 on: December 24, 2009, 20:54:24 PM »
Right then, i have been granted some free time and consequently we have a session booked with a visiting flyer from t' midlands...and saturday is lookin' gooood (ish) (and...  erm...cold). Still, we're made of sterner stuff. So if anyone else wants to join in at the Stanley-Crook site on Saturday for a boxing day "Freeze In " sorry, "Fly In", lasting no more than an hour or my nads will be useless  :''

Just waiting to confirm the time, but I would estimate that an hour at approx 12-1pm woild be ball parkish.

It'll be a southerly so expect a fair bit of squinting into the sun  :uk:


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« Last Edit: December 25, 2009, 16:46:11 PM by Bustergrunt »
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Re: North East Flyers
« Reply #119 on: December 26, 2009, 14:23:39 PM »
Well that was pants...raining and no wind...metcheck.com...you let me down...where's the wind you promised
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