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    Les Miz viz

    Is anyone in the UK actually managing to get airborne in this dismal wevver? If so, where? Suffolk seems to be hidden inside a permanent cloud.
    Are you the farmer?


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    I was up last Wednesday for a lesson, not to much of splash when I landed


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    Halibut it is all your fault! That is the worst spell of weather I've ever seen!
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    To be fair with a name like Halibut, probably likes a bit of water


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    We’ve all been kippered


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    Anyone up this week? I’m thinking of making it snow


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    Hoping to get up for an hour or 2 on Sunday morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by damienair View Post
    Hoping to get up for an hour or 2 on Sunday morning.

    Damien
    OK, I’ll stop rain dancing until Monday. Good luck


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    This weekend is looking flyable based on the current forecast. Where are you heading?


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    With this wind it would be easier to get an aircraft airborne by attaching it to a piece of string and pulling.
    To pass the time (i.e the rest of winter), has anyone got any tales of accidentally flying in inappropriately strong winds?
    Are you the farmer?


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