Cobram Queens Aero Tow & Fun Fly June 2013

Posted on Jun 20, 2013 in Event Reports

“Cobram Queens” Aero Tow & Fun Fly 8-10th June 2013 (Where-Da-Fukin-H)   Well here we are with our first Queens birthday long weekend Aero Tow & Fun Fly. What started out as a question, “What are you doing for the long weekend?” has turned out to be an awesome fun weekend of aero modeling to the highest level.  A couple of phone calls and a couple of adds on (http://www.scalesoaring.com.au/ &  http://www.mmac.asn.au) has started what will probably be known as “Cobram Queens Aero Tow & Fun Fly”. The forecast for the weekend was for crisp cool air in the morning building up to warmer air with a top of 17deg for Saturday 18deg Sunday and 18deg for Monday with some high level cloud passing through.  As I’m only newbie to the whole scale aero towing scene I wasn’t sure...

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2010 Scale Aerotow event report

Posted on Nov 24, 2010 in Event Reports

The weather forecast was abysmal. But with optimism bubbling in abundance, we ventured up the Hume Hwy for the 2010 Cobram scale aerotow. It’s a wonderful part of the country with recent rains turning the countryside a lush green colour, and this weekend was forecast to be mighty wet. Saturday saw a few showers, and we mainly sat round and chatted about all the problems of the world, solving most, but forgetting to tell people about the solutions. Just as we left Saturday, a dark squall came through and dumped 35mm of rain on the field overnight. Camping at the field was more boating than camping, but everything survived. Sunday dawned and in Cobram, you could see blue fluffy skies on one side of town and black/grey skies on the other – rather surreal really. It also provided our...

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