Arrived at the top of the hill and not a blade of grass was moving and the hill was surrounded with mist.
It didn't look like we were going to get away but within an hour or so and after a few exploratory flights the comp was on. It was never going to be quick but it was F3F and it was valuable flight time during a competition which is good
More willows than you can shake a stick at. Around 50% of the gliders today were willows, and Mason still wants there to be more.Cant please some people
There was 3 generations of Cubitts about today. This is youngest Cubitt launching Robs Glider, Daddy Cubitt was doing times and grandfather Cubitt although not taking part was keeping an eye on proceedings.
Words fail me. !!
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It all got a bit too much for Bobster so he took a leaf out of Dumpsters book. He was last seen heading into the distance with a fistful of wet wipes
F3F down south is so civilised. At half time there were bacon butties and coffee on offer and during the results ceremony home baked cheese cake. Life doesn't get much better
Now for the video. a combination of some slow F3F and a little sport flying. View with HD on full screen with the volume up