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  • #16
    Al, thanks for getting that info. I was looking into campgrounds nearby but would much prefer to camp there at the field. See you next month!

    Dan

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    • #17
      I can't wait to see everybodyat Horizon and do some flying! DanR and BryanB... your ASW20 polyester resin fiberglass cockpit tubs are ready! I might have TomP's ready but since he won't be at Horizon we'll see...

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      • #18
        If it is ready Jelly, I can take it to Cumberland as I'm taking delivery of a glider from Kevin Kavaney that I will be delivering to Tom next month!

        Jeremy
        SCCAAA The Transporter TN

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        • #19
          Does anybody have the daily schedule? When is the banquet and what does it entail?

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          • ARUP
            ARUP commented
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            It is usually on Saturday evening at the field. Everybody recognizes the sponsors and everybody else who helped put on 'The Big Show'! There are some prizes and raffles, too! Anybody feel free to elaborate.
            BryanB... don't forget the vacuum formed wheel well with the flashing (i.e., uncut) so I can use it to make some fiberglass versions.

          • BryanB
            BryanB commented
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            I’m bringing a couple in styrene and an extra in PTEG. I Also bringing the original molds as I think that will be a better option for making fiberglass parts. I also made one for the tail wheel. You’re welcome to any or all of them.

        • #20
          National Weather Service (NOAA)
          https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClic...3&lon=-88.5737

          Forecast on June 11th.

          June 14-17
          Thursday
          Partly sunny, with a high near 86. East southeast wind around 7 mph becoming south in the afternoon.

          Thursday Night
          A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 68.

          Friday
          Partly sunny, with a high near 90.

          Friday Night
          Partly cloudy, with a low around 71.

          Saturday
          Mostly sunny, with a high near 91.

          Saturday Night
          Partly cloudy, with a low around 72.

          Sunday
          Mostly sunny, with a high near 92.

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          • #21
            We don't look at weather schedules, that's how people don't attend events, look back at Cumberland Spring, snow was forecast, but most turned up anyway, we dug out a runway and flew
            Just saying!
            Jeremy
            SCCAAA TT TN

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            • #22
              AGREE... forget forecast's, they are either much worse or better than what is predicted...these flying events are as much social as anything...
              I hope no one will stay away based on silly forecasts. A month ago, I went slopping in South Dakota with a 90% chance of rain and South winds....we had not a drop of rain and the winds stayed out of the North that day and then
              we flew slope for another three days in South Dakota with a forecast that stated that would be next to impossible to do.....just sayin..
              kevin.
              Last edited by kjkavaney; 06-12-2018, 03:32 AM. Reason: typo

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              • #23
                To heck with the weather. I’m loading my truck and trailer for the trip to Monticello tomorrow. Planning to leave home (Brighton, MI) around 7:00 AM tomorrow, arriving in the early afternoon. Eagerly anticipating this event. It should be a lot of fun.

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                • #24
                  Looking Forward to seeing you Al, packing your Radio and Timber today and hit the road tonight! Safe travels

                  Jeremy
                  SCCAAA TT TN

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                  • #25
                    You have a safe trip as well, Jeremy. See you tomorrow afternoon.

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                    • #26
                      So for my shameless commercial.....................if you need anything from Horizon Hobby brought to the field I will be making a trip on Thursday and Friday! I must have any orders by 11.30am so there is time to process them. I can collect them after 1pm up until 5pm! So rack your brains and have a list ready. I will be at the field tomorrow morning, see you all there, and safe travels!

                      Jeremy
                      SCCAAA TT TN

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                      • #27
                        Rusty Rood, Tom McPherson and I are planning to be there Thursday PM. Looking forward to seeing everyone.

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                        • jfrickie
                          jfrickie commented
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                          Rusty Rood...I haven't seen him for too long ! Looking forward to catching up ...give Rusty my best please ..Jim

                      • #28
                        The Horizon aerotow is in full swing, we were towing yesterday after the last rain shower passed through, the sky is clear and expected to stay that way right through the entire event. its an amazing forecast, so theres no excuse there..

                        Horizon has ONCE AGAIN stepped up and donated a $1000.00........... YES ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR certificate for the purchase of the ASH-31 to be raffled off along with a bunch of other cool items including a Maul, Radians, glues, shirts, UMX Timber, Whip-it, and a complete Scale Soaring.com Outfit.

                        Awesome being here......

                        See you all soon
                        Pictures tonight

                        Len Buffinton
                        Team Horizon Hobby

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                          • Steve P
                            Steve P commented
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                            Thanks, Bob. I'll be sharing them over to the ScaleSoaring.com Facebook page too.

                        • #30
                          Great pictures! Thanks for posting them. Glad to see Bob Morrow got his new Arcus flying. Booming lift to everyone there.

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