Still looking good for Saturday, with Sunday on a southerly switch. Changed three times in the last 24 hours so here’s looking forward to more machinations tomorrow. Sleep with one eye open, this could still change!…again!
Due to surprising early year work load I have beenm a bit tardy in posting. But with the TOSS Aerobatics Event 2011 just a few days away and with the weather doing a perfect flip switch impersonation I thought I would update the Windfinder predictions on a daily basis so we can all watch the weather
Lovely super slow motion Red Bull racing. Enjoy. From Speedbirds blogspot Well worth the look at the site as well.
Hi to one and all and the very best wishes to you and your families for 2011 While dragging my sorry ass through some far away dusty places with very little wind to speak of, the guys in the Cape were getting slapped to death by a series of ludicrous South Easters. Apparently very much from
Following hot on the heels of the return of the South Easter we were given a good old thrashing this weekend as the summer wind climaxed in fantastic fashion on Saturday. As predicted the wind held the entire week and as I speak looks settled to hold for the next 2 days at least and
Finally, a long lost friend returned on the weekend. After months of awaiting the summer blow known in these parts as the South Easter, or Suid Ooster in the Afrikaans language, came throttling through on Sunday and looks set to stay for the next week at least, and possibly for the next 10 days if
Apologies for not updating, but been a wee bit too busy at the moment. Nice report on the AFC website, check it out and enjoy a good read. However here are some shots from the weekend, to compliment their report. Once again a big thank you to AFC for a very well organised and well
The howling South Easter battering it’s way through Hout Bay this morning, looks set to stay for the weekend, as the cold front that blipped on the radar looks like it could fade away and allow the southerly winds to prevail for the whole weekend. Saturday definitely lightning up, but Friday and Sunday looking peachy at this
Sound like a constant theme, but once again we got thrown a cold front late into the summer season. A pretty useful North Wester blew up on Saturday morning and we made a head long rush for Chapman’s Peak hoping to pull off the long abandoned last aerobatics league. On getting there first I had
Two Oceans Slope Soarers Aerobatic Event 2011 is alive and well and on the go, on the last weekend of January 2011. …29 and 30th January to be quite precise. Entries to be opened this Wednesday 24th November 2010 at midday. Some nice new maneuvers added to the list with increased K-factors should you choose it.