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Old 08-31-2006, 01:57 AM   #11
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Congratulations, thats the same way I got my wings 16 years ago in burlington ON. My instructor did the same thing.

I echo the take it easy for a while and just get familiar with all aspects of flying escpecially when the plane is heading towards you, it should be second nature switching your mind to reverse control. THe same when you start inverted flying. Once you have mastered these flight controls then you will be ready to get out of any position no matter what way the plane is facing.

If you really want to burn holes in the sky a 3D foamy plan on brushless electric is the way to go. You can practice anything with it and they are cheap to fix.

Congrats again and best of luck in your future flying
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Old 08-31-2006, 06:58 PM   #12
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Well said , good words of wisdome , I will take youre advice , and I will remember them . Myselve and a buddy of mine that I met when I started learning , we both started at the same time . He got his wings before me . We both flew tonight , it was just me and him at the field tonight , no, other flyers just me and him . We both drove home with our planes intack , SWEET very SWEET .

Do you think the instructers did their thing , whatching them smile , now thats a high

Thank You for the advice I read you , and I will .

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