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  1. Brner
    12-10-2014 07:12 PM
    Hello from across the pond. Was just turned on to a couple of your projects and find your building technics absolutely amazing. Very nice work, hope to see more of your builds.....

  2. baz49exe
    06-09-2012 08:14 AM
    Hi Sam how are you? Have you managed to get much flying in in this awful weather?
    When it's not raining it's blowing a gale.
    What are you building and flying at present?
  3. sam94
    06-03-2012 08:58 PM
    Hey, long time no speak ..
  4. Voyager2lcats
    12-03-2009 09:30 PM
    Hey Barry. Looks like we are both online at the same time.
  5. baz49exe
    11-26-2009 11:49 PM
    Hi Bob, It looks this Autumn that I am going to have to build some heavy weather birds to continue to fly electric with any regularity. In my case I think the solid balsa wing approach is the one to go for for that model type.
  6. Voyager2lcats
    11-26-2009 07:57 PM
    Barry, you are going to be known officially as a bad weather flyer! LOL. Those UK gale winds are something! Keep those "heavy birds" around.
  7. baz49exe
    08-03-2009 07:30 AM
    Worst weather for years Sam in fact it's the worst summer that I can ever remember. It's my fault though. I went electric a year ago last April and the weather has been strange ever since. strange that
  8. sam94
    08-02-2009 11:40 PM
    im not far from there at all, in fact im from somerset, in south chard, tatworth, i dont know what weather you've had been its been barely sunny the whole holiday.
  9. baz49exe
    08-02-2009 08:42 PM
    Hi Sam, I'll repeat it here but I've also replied on your page ( very complicated) I'm from Exmouth in Devon. It's three miles from Sir Walter Raleigh's family seat at Hayes Barton where he was born. One little known fact is that he moored his ship at Exmouth and I'll bet it was locally crewed as well.
  10. sam94
    08-02-2009 06:46 PM
    Hi Baz, umm yes i am talking about south west england, where are you from?

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    Devon. England
    Scratch building WW2 aircraft, snorkelling when the sea is not freezing cold.
    East Devon Radio Control Club


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Name: Outstanding Contributor Award
This award is given to members who are quick to help their fellow members and post to answer questions.
Issue time: 12-20-2012 12:40 AM
Issue reason: You are being awarded this blue ribbon for always being helpful to your fellow members and positive posting. You were nominated by the staff. Congratulations!
Name: Scratchbuilders Award
Award presented for showing outstanding scratch building skills or winning a Wattflyer scratch building contest.
Issue time: 12-19-2012 12:02 PM
Issue reason: Posting outstanding scratch building threads on Wattflyer.

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