• May 23, 2022, 08:19:04 PM
• Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
Did you miss your activation email?

!!

TEMAC Forum Guests

Please take the time to Register for the forum, especially if you are a TEMAC club member.

This is one of the most active RC club forums in Ontario. Please participate in the discussion to help our great club to continue to grow.

Author Topic: Training Wednesday night, Sept 8, 2021 5pm-8pm  (Read 420 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Frank v B

  • Ace
  • *****
  • Posts: 4143
  • Karma: +21/-3
  • TEMAC - Assistant to the Assistant Greeter.
  • Real Name: Frank van Beurden
  • TEMAC #: 141
  • Started Flying RC: 1989
Training Wednesday night, Sept 8, 2021 5pm-8pm
« on: September 07, 2021, 06:08:10 PM »
I'll be there no matter what the weather brings.

So sorry for the late post. Just got home from a 5 day trip to beautiful downtown Petawawa.

Frank
 


"Never trade luck for skill"

Offline Frank v B

  • Ace
  • *****
  • Posts: 4143
  • Karma: +21/-3
  • TEMAC - Assistant to the Assistant Greeter.
  • Real Name: Frank van Beurden
  • TEMAC #: 141
  • Started Flying RC: 1989
Re: Training Wednesday night, Sept 8, 2021 5pm-8pm
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2021, 10:11:36 PM »
Weird evening...weather wise.  Best described as gusty, swirly and puffy with a vertical component.

The usual suspects were there and not there.

The students were Ami, Paul, Ethan and Mandeep.
The instructors were Philip, Oscar and Carlos.
The ground crew was BJ with a side of Graham and Richard.  BJ switched the Rx in Ami's plane to a regular Orange donated by Rob Dickinson.
The Ryerson boys came for an RC tune-up.  Bill and Travis flew their planes.

The photos:
81- Chris Gardiner passed his check flight as a new member.  He joined us this year and is a member of the Whitby club.  He joined TEMAC because he wants to fly his electric leaf blowers but cannot on Whitby's grass runway.
82- Ryerson boys dropped by.  Great to see them.
83- Bill B. of Ryerson proving again that ugly planes last longer.  The much glued, taped and weighted Bixler.
84- Paul Scuse on the training TX under the watchful eyes of Carlos "the button pusher".
85- Ami- guardian of the transmitters.
86- Ethan and his dad finally back to flying after their RV trip to Quebec.
87- ...and Ethan's dad doing the walk of shame.  Especially since I was on the sticks when it went into the beans.  Oops!
89- Kelvin and his new plane.

Frank


« Last Edit: September 08, 2021, 10:16:41 PM by Frank v B »
"Never trade luck for skill"