Cold Buckenham !

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Yes it was very cold at Old Buckenham today ! But the sky was blue with a little wind, otherwise a very good fly-in, well attended by both aircraft and visiting public .... a few of the many from this event ... Keith :) http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0307.jpg http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0380.jpg http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0386.jpg http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0404-1.jpg http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0415.jpg http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0435.jpg http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0445.jpg http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0453.jpg http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0491.jpg http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0516.jpg
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Nice shots :) G-AWOT used to be cranfield based but I dont think it is anymore.
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Always though 'WOT' whould be ON a Wot! :D Good pictures, thanks.
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Wot would that be ..... a 'curry' wot ?? Thanks again EGTC ;)
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Of course, as built at my local airfield for the first time in the U.K.:)

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I like your concept of a "little wind" Keith. Although it was only 15kts on the ground it was over 30 kts at 2000 feet so I was only getting a ground speed of 60kts on my return trip. The 150 G-AWOT is based at Little Snoring I believe. I was chatting to it's owner on the day while trying to keep warm with a hot coffee. Any pictures of my Airtourer G-AWVG from the day?
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I had wondered where G-AWOT had gone. I was at Little Snoring in September but never saw it when I flew into there. Thanks for the info though, nice to know where it ended up. Did you get any shots of G-AWFZ by any chance? 2 of my friends flew in on that musketeer.
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I like your concept of a "little wind" Keith. Although it was only 15kts on the ground it was over 30 kts at 2000 feet so I was only getting a ground speed of 60kts on my return trip. The 150 G-AWOT is based at Little Snoring I believe. I was chatting to it's owner on the day while trying to keep warm with a hot coffee. Any pictures of my Airtourer G-AWVG from the day?
Have a look on Old Buck Shots. Pics on there.....
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ozplane, only one I'm afraid !! http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0336-2.jpg EGTC, for you I have three in difficult light !! http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0418-1.jpg http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0436.jpg http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0450.jpg And a general view .... not a bad looking day for 02 January 2012 ? http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii58/keithnewsome/DSC_0360-1.jpg

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Thanks Keith (and Auster Fan) for the references for the photos. I must have been standing next to you Keith when you took your photograph. I was nursing a coffee at the time.
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Cheers mate :) That is one nice little birdy to fly! Even has an autopilot, not that i've used it :)