Wise Old Owl

Jan
23

by Eugene

In preparation for my Alouette II refurb, I acquired a hangar at Fly Inn. It needed finishing as it had no floor and had never been painted. A further complication was a gorgeous Barn Owl which had taken up residence in the hangar, but in the process of my making the hangar usable, the owl decided to move out.

I had no sooner moved the Alo in however, than the owl moved back and proceeded to do what owls do. My chopper cover was soon full of owl secretions of all kinds which was clearly a disaster and I had to find a solution.

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TEDDY BUILD PROJECT : 2015

Jan
18

Ready, Set, Go !
We will kick off 2015, resuming 14 Feb 2015 at Skyworx Hangar (E50), FAKR from 09h00.
Hope to see as many people present as possible.

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Teddy Project Donation

Jan
18

Thanks to Neil Gibb, for the wonderful donation of tools. These will certainly come in handy for the Teddy, and future EAA322 build projects.

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Tiger Moth over Harties

Jan
18

ZS-UKW (Tiger Moth)over Harties on 18th Jan 2015 flown by Courtney.
Pic take from ZU-ECP (C140) flown by Patrick.

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A Squadron of EAA 322 planes descends on Mabalingwe Nature Reserve

Jan
17

In military aviation terms a squadron is described as a formation of between 12 and 24 aircraft. Well, we were not exactly all military aviators, but at least we qualified as we totalled 18 planes. The squadron arrived at Mabalingwe Nature Reserve last Saturday 17 January! The Fly-in was organised by popular EAA 322 member, entrepreneur and pilot Clive King who was enjoying his annual time-share holiday fortnight at Mabalingwe and for the second year in succession invited his friends to join him for breakfast at this superb time-share/ private ownership game reserve.

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