Two localized cut off coastal low pressure systems advancing downwards from the warmer climes normally spell a bit of thunder and showers, but this pair of rain queens really were out to show us who was boss.Advancing at snails pace, the first system simply sat over the peninsula and poured down rain for the entire
Two Oceans Slope Soarers Aerobatics event 2013 5 Years! 5 long years, thats how long we have been waiting for that near perfect event. For that event that has wind all weekend, from the right direction, consistent for more than a few hours at a time, and for more than 1 day at a time.
Alan Ball had a bunch of cameras t the TOSS event a along with a good few GoPro’s and has managed to create this fantastic event video. Event article and photos to be posted midway next week Get the video here: http://player.vimeo.com/video/58694981
OK, new spot flown on the weekend by Tossers and what a beaut!Has been flown before by Francois and mate not so long ago, so not entirely virgin territory.Cant say where it is just yet but we are needing SAMAA clearance after the reccibefore we can officially go there and will have to see what
Cape Town put on a bit of a show last night with the approaching weather system Nice to live in such a weather orientated part of the world Beats Siberia anyway…
Welcome back one and all and the very best to a splendid 2013 to each an every one.We had some fun over the entire Xmas period with mother nature deliveringthe ever present and healthy summer South Easters as well as some hectic heatover the post Xmas period. The guys pretty much flew their sticks off
Well, almost there folks…End of the world due in a scant 9 days time thanks to the Mayans and a shortage of granite I believe.First time the job jar ever had a slip in it that said “Build Bunker”and had one day allocated to it. Going to have to be a rush job me thinks.
Friday morning, clear as whistle, 11 work weary folk headed out to the N1 stop for coffee and a chat. From then on it was pedal to the metal to Hermanus and the ever awaiting breakfast hosted by Loius at Cocos. Somewhat a break from tradition but good none the less seeing the ever generous
Stranger and stranger, should be the call for this peninsula of ours.With a good few of us sitting in Hout Bay without winda small crew of Alan, Steve and Christo basked at Red Hillin moderate South Eater while the rest of us sat guessing what the hell was going to happen.In the end Red Hill
It wasn’t supposed to be at all this weekend with all the wind predictors showing basically very little for the whole weekend.Saturday blew in a fresh north wester and those that got to Chappies earlygot the best of the pick, but by the end of the day it all tailed off, but we were still