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    Yes that's right. I have it at Newton Peveril in Dorset. Please PM me and I will send you the airfield procedures.


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    Where is the cup now? Can't quite work it out because I'm a wee bit of a simpleton tonight (as at most other times)
    Last edited by Halibut; 02-02-20 at 01:43 AM. Reason: simpleton


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    Quote Originally Posted by Halibut View Post
    Where is the cup now? Can't quite work it out because I'm a wee bit of a simpleton tonight (as at most other times)
    Seems it's still at Newton Peveril...

    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian Jones View Post
    Yes that's right. I have it at Newton Peveril in Dorset. Please PM me and I will send you the airfield procedures.
    The three most useless things in aviation:
    • The air above you.
    • The runway behind you.
    • The fuel in the bowser.


    Rule #1: Always tie-down your aircraft to the largest heaviest object available. The planet Earth meets these requirements and is readily available in all locations.
    Rule #2: The great thing about twin engined aircraft is, if one engine fails, the other engine always has just enough power to get you to the scene of the crash.
    Rule #3: You can never have too much fuel in an aircraft. Unless it's on fire.

    Semper specto in clara parte vitae.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halibut View Post
    Where is the cup now? Can't quite work it out because I'm a wee bit of a simpleton tonight (as at most other times)
    Are you set up with a plane and airfield now Halibut?
    G-HAMS a pretty quick Quik


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gentreau View Post
    Seems it's still at Newton Peveril...

    Poor sod

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    It left Newton Peveril over a year ago and has moved on several times I believe.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian Jones View Post
    It left Newton Peveril over a year ago and has moved on several times I believe.
    Any idea who took it, and who might have it now.
    It would be nice if this thread was updated with the current location....
    The three most useless things in aviation:
    • The air above you.
    • The runway behind you.
    • The fuel in the bowser.


    Rule #1: Always tie-down your aircraft to the largest heaviest object available. The planet Earth meets these requirements and is readily available in all locations.
    Rule #2: The great thing about twin engined aircraft is, if one engine fails, the other engine always has just enough power to get you to the scene of the crash.
    Rule #3: You can never have too much fuel in an aircraft. Unless it's on fire.

    Semper specto in clara parte vitae.

    .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian Jones View Post
    It left Newton Peveril over a year ago and has moved on several times I believe.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gentreau View Post
    Any idea who took it, and who might have it now.
    It would be nice if this thread was updated with the current location....
    Indeed; it is, after all, the Forum cup, not a TwitChat cup, innit?



    Back to just bimbling in the TST.

    No longer instructing - just pontificating..

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    Nope, just planning. Iím like a coiled spring. A near side one on a heavy car thatís been through quite a few potholes.


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