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  1. Really impressed with the distance you carried your kit to be honest. I can't even manage 100 metres My TO's are about 50/50 so that's pretty good, but it is great to keep a record and hopefully watch the stats improve. Awesome - keep it up. Tony Getting close to one of the longest training threads. I read over mine a few months ago and still brings back memories - all good too.
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  2. Keep doing your "flog", it is always great to read. I am a little obsessed with recording flights as well. I used to record take-off and landing errors...but then stopped making any. In the past 18 months I have fallen onto my left knee once and failed no launches! Here is the last bit of my log..... 184 20-Sep-20 20 8316 138 36 Ac Nitro 200, R2 26m Redcar, got rained on, very, very wet 74 36 34 39 185 28-Sep-20 5
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  3. That's quite a comprehensive record you are keeping. Excellent reading.
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  4. An update: We have sussed out 'why' now I just have to suss out how to solve the issue. It's something to do with the 'Theme' being used as default from the new software install... I am on the case and expect there to be a fix in place by the end of play today. SW
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  5. Lockdown? Where? 7th November I went to Penkridge on a cold foggy morning. Forecast was good if the fog lifted. Got to the field and got stuck in the mud... again. With nobody there to push I eventually decided to walk my kit to the runway. After 3 trips of about 100 miles each I finally had everything laid out on a tarpaulin because of the wet grass. The fog had lifted around the field so I got ready to go. Never the same on your own is it? After making sure I'm all good to go I went for a forward and straight up into the hazy sky. I climbed to 1100ft which took me above
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