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j3cub wrote:Hope to be able to drop in something over the weekend, if I can still afford the aviation fuel by then.... Bigger question is what side of the centerline will the fly in visitors drink the tea, and be hospitably received.
Oh, me thinks tea and more will be available on the day. More about it closer to the time.
j3cub wrote:weather,showers in the west and north,otherwise dry with sunny spells in a modrate to fresh NW wind
Mostly cloudy. Winds from the NNW at 9 km/h.Realfeel®:
6 °C High: 7 °C some sunny spells
Spot the difference. Not bad for a computer generated forecast on the 16th Feb, a bit more wind and slightly warmer.
Doesn't sound like anything to cause undue concern. Guess you could nearly list the people/planes that will come at this stage with a few bonus arrivals if weather is 10/10
Hope to be able to drop in something over the weekend, if I can still afford the aviation fuel by then.... Bigger question is what side of the centerline will the fly in visitors drink the tea, and be hospitably received.
Hope to be there around 11am Sun, W. Might see you then, Weather Permitting
Wouldn't be unusual to get a localised cold snap at eiab?
good day today,good weaher too.present were EI-AVM,EI-COT,EI-BJO,EI-BUF,EI-JIM,G-BETG,PH-IRL,EI-COY(IN THE INNY,NOT CANAL!),G-BOMN,G-CCFI,N88SU,EI-FII and a clean EI-WFD. Nice high speed pass from EI-FII! a nice display from EI-DZO too.(rather him than me).also a Great performance from the sukoi as always.
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