Very low wind at the field this pm. Jesse worked on his forward technique and added one more flight to his log forward inflating the glider.
Lawrence attempted to take off but due to lack of wind did not succeed. In the process he stubled, and chipped prop.
This is what he wrote last night:
Jesse working on his forwards
Jesse in the air
Again, great wind at the field this am. Jesse worked on his reverse technique and added one more flight to his log reverse inflating the glider.
Lawrence managed 6 flights in very short time. He has got it down. We are just doing some fine tweaks.
I got tired of spending $ 50 per moth on ther office telephone land line just to capture occasional voice message.
Therefore I have cancelled the service and the 905 988 5013 number will not work anymore.
I figured anybody knows how to email and if you ask me for my cell over the email, I will give it to you.
I would much rather pass the $ 600 per year as savings to my customers then spending it on something that is becoming obsolete.
Great at the field this pm. Jesse worked on his reverse technique and cracked it in 1 hour. Then he went for his second flight using his gear. This guy amazes me.
Mike showed up for more flying but after some kiting and after one failed forward launch attempt he took it easy as his back is stil sore.
Herman, spring 2013 student, came for a quick flight and id a lot of “pretzels” as he calls them near the ground. I sold him Moster in RS ultra frame and he is trusting it little too much going down wind 5 ft above ground. He will need new prop soon.
I include use of PPG equipment for the duration of the course but I do not rent any gear to students who have finished their training.
Sorry, you have to get your own.
Went to great fly-in this weekend with my buddy Chris. Had engine out – exhaust nuts backed off and took a chunk of my prop out mid flight. Made safe forced landing. Got picked up and went straight to beer.
Great to see old friends and make new ones!
My buddy Chris
Waiting for Chris to pick me up after engine out.
Nuts and springs gone.
What a great time! I hope this will become an annual.