The 2017 'World's end' Paramotor Club summer fly-in and Party
The Paramotor Club will be hosting our annual summer fly-in / party from the 14th of July until the 16th of July. At Worlds End, Close to Newbury, Berkshire. (postcode RG20 7JH) there will be signs from this postcode.
The site is AMAZING! you will not be disappointed with the perfect grass as far as the eye can see.
As well as the normal music, fire, food, bar & posh toilets... this event will include a free bar on Saturday evening!
Once again we will be putting on a PMC fireworks display! And once again it will be unlike the dragged out displays your accustomed too
Visitors can also enjoy a 'Joy Ride' / (trial flight) in a C42 microlight or a Hughes 300 helicopter for a very small donation.
Camping, caravans, motorhomes FREE.
Locally, there are some great XC flights to be had, and foot-drag heaven awaits!
PLEASE USE THE RSVP BUTTON TO ENSURE YOUR PLACE 'Families welcome only pilots need to RSVP'.
(those who do not RSVP risk not being able to attend if we max out on numbers)
For the wife's and girlfriends of: We are close to 'Downton Abbey' or 'Highclear Castle' which you can now visit and walk around.
As always, Fully Paid up members entry is FREE, Non Members £25, guests £10. (An optional £5 donation to a locally well supported children's charity would be awesome and I will make sure there is a donations pot in the entry tent)
i got myself a motorized telescope fer xmas! shot a few pics of mars last week, and tonight I'm hoping to get some of the moon as forecast is for clear sky. I imagine like Iceland, the main problem is managing to stay outside taking pictures long enough without your knackers freezing off...
Mine is a wee bit smaller - got so I could have it in the motorhome for clear nights out in the wilderness. Here in town, light pollution is crappy but still got some decent mars pics* so hoping can get summit tonight.
*probably pretty crap to most folk - but to me...thinking about photons having being emitted from the sun in all directions. 150 million miles later a tiny fraction hit mars, AND at just the right angle so they reflect off, travel another 60 million miles or so, a tiny fraction not only hitting earth, but hitting it just right to that they can travel through the atmosphere, down my telescope and be absorbed by my eye/camera. fecking mental.
anyway.. here it is - single shot as tracking not working yet. When it it I will be stacking and getting far clearer shots.