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Who Else Enjoys Flying Rc Sailplanes In Adverse Weather Conditions

Old 11-01-2013, 01:11 AM
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Old 11-01-2013, 07:09 AM
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It's not as "bad" as yours, but still
http://youtu.be/kBYmD1WgHXU BTW: I've lost this glider - vanished out of the view on a good flying day
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It's not as "bad" as yours, but still
http://youtu.be/kBYmD1WgHXU BTW: I've lost this glider - vanished out of the view on a good flying day
Always nice to see naked-eye cloud flights, no matter how high they may be. Check out my other youtube channel(MaximilionAlpha), for extremely high flights, with only the naked eye!

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