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Old 08-16-2017, 04:37 PM   #7176
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Thanks. It does pretty well considering the five foot wingspan.
That was some great flying ! 5 ft WS? Holey Moley Looked like you snuck through some pretty tight spots. Great job !
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Thanks guys. I've never turned the camera around backwards on my wing before but those birds kept dive-bombing it so I thought I'd try to get some footage.
Awesome. We get them here in North Texas too. Must be migratory. They are a curious lot and not afraid of anything.
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That was some great flying ! 5 ft WS? Holey Moley Looked like you snuck through some pretty tight spots. Great job !
Thank you, sir.


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Squawking 1200 here today. Think I'll go out and fly later
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