It’s great being a member of the SFMC, and thanks to all those Club Officers who make it work so well. However, in spite of my son Julian’s encouragement, and everyone else’s, am sure I don’t really have any native talent for model flying, unless it flies very slowly indeed. This was, I think, well proved […]
The club ‘A’ team met up the field on Sunday 24th September to be awarded their ‘A’ certificates by the club Safety Officer, Adrian Howley. Anthony Cundy, Colin Watkins, Barry Twilton and Mel Jones all looked suitably pleased with their shiny new certificates, although Barry’s seems to have gone AWOL for some reason! Congratulations to […]
A short summary of the clubs visit to the Lleyn Peninsular North Wales. After a long (in time not miles) journey I arrived at the campsite on Saturday afternoon and pitched camp, Martin and Robert also travelled on the same day but they had rented a cottage for the week, and after a stormy night […]
Wednesday 5 July was a sunny day but proved to be a downpour in the heart of the club’s leading Test Pilot. His lovely red pride and joy came tumbling out of the sky to hide itself amongst the trees of a distant field. Even the local livestock were happy to search the long grass All […]
It’s a good feeling when one meets an old friend who left under difficult circumstances. Nothing illustrates this better than the look on ‘A’ Dave’s face when he collected the Radion he thought he had lost forever the week before. Apparently it had been dumped on Farmer Dave’s doorstep by another farmer who had spotted […]
Barry and me visited a new flying site on the Long Mynd, as the wind was north easterly we thought that we would try the Reservoir site. The site is at the head of the Carding Mill valley and is quite picturesque, with a small reservoir. It took a few attempts for us to find […]
Some photos from a very enjoyable day.
Here is something that I think is just brilliant, good sound track as well.
FrSky have produced a new cheaper Taranis model, the QX7.