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  • Mark Smith
    ... only if the runway faces the wind going and coming, had one, sold it, end of story ! -- Mark Smith Tri-State Kite Sales http://www.trikite.com
    Message 1 of 315 , Dec 1, 2003
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      Ron & Mary Ohler wrote:
      >
      > Hi Frank, I'm new to the list but been around a while. I think that one of us pilots that has enough hours in Dacs to be willing-well....grudgingly, to fly a Dac in 25+ mph winds could show them a thing or two.
      > Ron Ohler

      only if the runway faces the wind going and coming,

      had one, sold it, end of story !

      --


      Mark Smith
      Tri-State Kite Sales http://www.trikite.com
      1121 N Locust St
      Mt Vernon, IN 47620 mailto:mark@...
    • Gene & Tammy Pennington
      Darrell, I don t recall him saying anything about the chickens living well. Gene ... From: Darrell Richards To: FLY-UL@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, April 13,
      Message 315 of 315 , Apr 13 9:01 AM
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        Darrell,
        I don't recall him saying anything about the chickens living well.
        Gene
        ----- Original Message -----
        From: Darrell Richards
        To: FLY-UL@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2004 8:55 AM
        Subject: UL: Re: Crash



        You learn something every day, I didn't know that chickens could
        live very well above 9,000 feet ?

        Darrell


        --- In FLY-UL@yahoogroups.com, "santymar_2000" <santymar@p...> wrote:
        > Hi friends,
        > My friend`s GT500 took off in a variable wind mostly crosswind,
        > that day was already hot, flaps were 20 degrees, he had 6
        > gallons of fuel, his weight is 185 lb. and the passenger was a
        > lady with 130 lb. Our is a grassfield with 450 meters length, over
        > 9000 feet (check picture in Santy's folder) .
        > You can see the hen houses at the end of the runway.
        >
        > Pablo (my friend) took off more than 150 times in thelast 3
        > months in this field.
        > The helmet saved his life because his head hit the roottube
        > hardly.
        > Pablo is getting better but he needs a large rehabilitation.
        >
        > Santiago
        >




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