Induction for new CPs 7.30 till 8 pm
The 8 pm till around 10pm
This months coaching evening is the start of the pilot exam talks. We will go through the entire syllabus for this section. Its for anyone who is thinking about moving from CP to Pilot. Even if you dont have all your tasks done yet come along. If you are already pilot rated but want to go over some of the data again then come along as well.
NOTE: These talks are not a replacement for you doing your own study. I dont expect anyone to pass the exam just by going to the talks.
A big thanks to Andraus and his team for the great food.
Stars came out about 8 pm and the fire was great.
Thanks to all those that came and a big thankyou to all that helped with the marquee etc.
Special thanks to Catherine and Gary, also Mark for his firemaking.
Start: 10 Sep 2016 - 17:00
End: 11 Sep 2016 - 13:00
To those planning to attend the SHGC bash this weekend, it is being postponed for one week due to the rain and gusty winds forecast for Saturday evening. The Summer Bash will now be taking place on Saturday 10th September, from 5pm onwards. There will still be a hog roast, beer, plenty of space for camping and the all important roaring fire.
Andreus will cook us fabulous food. Mark will stoke the fire, tunes will be played, beer and wine drunk on a balmy Autumn evening.
A faulty gin carabiner has been brought to my attention.
The internal spring has become displaced or suchlike such that it appears to close but has not actually engaged with the locking pin. See picture.
A lightness two lumbar strap failed in flight recently.
The harness in question had been SIv'd and had a few hours on it but was not in generally worn condition.
Please check your lumbar straps where they pass through the adjustment buckles.
I was teaching in the morning, but with the expectation that it would sea breeze and blow out the flying for students, so Simon C. was duly briefed that I might disappear!
Unfortunately only in French at present:
Approximately translated as 'the safety T lock buckles numbered in the S/N have opened unpredictably in flight. The fault is not visible. stop flying any harness so equipped now...'