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Old 06-03-2005, 05:21 PM   #1
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I'm down at the Bardstown Jet Ralley in Kentucky.

today the weagher was BAD over cast and rainee!!!

But the flew.... I took aBOUT 250 PICTURES.

UGLY sky thou.

here is one I took.
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What a shame, I have seen this Bandit on a DVD, it flies really great.

What caused the crash?
Any other pictures?
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Old 06-05-2005, 04:40 PM   #3
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Now that I have my laptop to dump my cards to, I plan to take many hundreds of photos at the Bay of Q. Last year, with my 2 256meg cards I could only take a few hundred. Now there is no limit!
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Oh man, what happened to Francis's bandit? That was a sweet sweet bird!!!
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Almost looks like it rolled as he flared. Elevators are both up, there's a roll left command to the ailerons, and what looks to be a full right rudder command. Was there a strong cross wind at the event?

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