Saturday rolled in and overnight every wind prediction managed to conspire to get it all wrong. On this skinny little piece of land called the Cape Peninsula, nature has it’s own idea and weather predictions turn out to be just that. Predictions. Saturday was supposed to have a nice little South Wester on it, but
Ok, gotta have one, soonest, and maybe we can add this next year to the TOSS Aerobatics Competition! Just for a Sunday variance on a theme tune…
Saturday turned into a really good southerly blow, from what I gathered from Bill and Lionel. So they had a good afternoon of sloping up at Kommetjie, above the lighthouse. A good few of us opted to wait for the promised South East blow and waited for Sunday to deliver… and it did. Whenever the
I picked this interesting bit of info about KF aerofoils off RCHQ this morning. http://www.rcpowers.com/forum Makes for some interesting watching and a few very interesting ideas. Thanks to AnakinSkywalker who posted it at RCHQ.
Hi Guys The AFC Hermanus Slope-Fly for 2009 will be held on the weekend of the 27-29 November. Registration is Open, so get on and register soonest to book your place. Bill beat everybody from TOSS and got there first. Register at: www.atlanticfc.org.za/AFC15/ See you there!
Saw this in the comments section, so thought I would post it. Note that Tim was up on Chappies in the wee hours of Sunday morning, and had good conditions. As the day heated up, that’s when it all went pear shaped… In Tim’s words: “I gave Saturday a miss because I thought that the
Online entries for the TOSS 2010 Aerobatics Competition are open at www.toss.co.za . Dont delay, there are only 20 slots
Roll-out of bed on Saturday morning and intercept a phone call from Bill and Peter telling me the southern peninsula was blessed with a nice South Easter. Red Hill should be cooking. Best get out there soon. But the Cape is never what it seems and each nook and cranny delivers a differing story. So