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  • #31
    I see no photos either
    Team Horizon Hobby

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    • #32
      We're good.

      When I was downloading the shots things got REALLY SLOW then the pc would not recognize the SIM card. A couple of passes and I got everything off. Working on em now.

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      • #33
        Heard from several people at Windy Ridge said that the shots I put in earlier were not showing up. Will try again here. Let me know if they show...

        Jeff


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        • Csessa
          Csessa commented
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          yup for great photos.

      • #34
        Yup, nice 4 pics.

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        • #35
          Ok gang, Here is the link to the album for Salem 2017.

          https://flic.kr/s/aHsm2JM7kF

          Now just have to get Windy Ridge done.....

          Enjoy,
          Jeff

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          • #36
            Awesome album Jeff. Great mix of airplanes and people to get the true feeling of the friendship and flying. Thanks for all your time behind the view finder!! Your work makes the event last, not just a fleeting thought.

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            • #37
              Jeff: great results for all your effort. Love the morning fog photos. Hope to see you again soon.

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              • #38
                +1 Jeff. As always, a superb photographic study of the people, their models and the venue. Consequently, it does a great job capturing and conveying the essence of why we do what we do. I always look forward to seeing your albums.

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                • #39
                  Jeff, thanks for the great pics brings back the fun time!

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                  • #40
                    Wow, it gets better every time Jeff. I too love the fog shot along with the dew on the spider web and the before red sky dawn. You truly do great work.

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                    • #41
                      Great photos Jeff! Really amazing.
                      We'll all be enjoying them a long time.

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                      • #42
                        Jeff,

                        In addition to your being a good friend to all of us soar heads, we're also blessed by your talents! Thank you for so superbly documenting the event.

                        This is also a prime occasion to once again thank you, our tow pilots and everyone who helped, came to fly or just enjoy watching the majestic sailplanes in flight. All of you together make the event special and memorable.

                        Steve
                        Team JR Air ............. "There is no substitute for aspect ratio" -R. Eppler

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                        • #43
                          Yessir... very nice pictures! Looks like a good time. Gunny, your Blanik is pretty cool! I saw the High Point Aviation Bidule off field. Jim, is that when it blew a cylinder?

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                          • JimD
                            JimD commented
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                            Cylinder depart from my other Bidule at Hammondsport, NY. This was just a practice "off field landing" ...

                        • #44
                          Hi Michael.
                          Nope, that was an off field excursion resulting from fuel starvation. (no header tank)
                          However, due to exceptional piloting skills, Mr Dolly was able to land the plane in the field without any significant damage and bring home some corn at the same time.

                          Multitasking!!
                          Team Horizon Hobby

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                          • #45
                            Actually...header tank would not have mattered,

                            The cause was saying: "I think I have enough fuel for one more!"
                            A Site for Soar Eyes

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