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PostPosted: 27 Oct 2007 01:40 am 
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雖然仲有一個禮拜,但Winguru預測2號和3號是


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The latest WindGURU forecast aligns with HKO. NNE on 2 Nov, NE on 3 Nov and ENE on 4 Nov. Thus, we can probably hold the race on HJP in the first 2 days and MOS in last day. Wind speed seems very promising.


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Is anyone prepared "night planes" for the second day's function? I am making one and hopefully it can be completed in time.

( Ah Sang from Taiwan said he may also bring one too :) )


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CM,
係幾時開始肥左咁多架?
連眼鏡都唔見左!
係咪落山拾机唔見架 :lol:
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K.Y.Mak wrote:
CM,
係幾時開始肥左咁多架?
連眼鏡都唔見左!
係咪落山拾机唔見架 :lol:
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今期比賽好可能在釣魚翁,"馬鞍山之虎"好似唔多夠照 :twisted:


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PostPosted: 30 Oct 2007 08:14 pm 
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Hey Ah Mak & Angus, take a deep look :idea: It's in fact a fat cat wearing a tiger skin :o

Their team (cats) has already well positioned themselves to win in 釣魚翁 :idea:


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I know not many pilots has night planes. I bought a lot of LED light keychains for the last Saturday event, but the wind cannot fit us so they are now keeping in my car.

Those pilots friends who plan to join the night flying event on Nov 3 can just bring their EPP planes there. We can fit the LED onto the planes very easy and fast. I tried this in my EPP Easy last Saturday, it worked very well. If the wind is strong, you can add more LEDs, if not, 5 to 6 LED still look very good.


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Angus wrote:
K.Y.Mak wrote:
CM,
係幾時開始肥左咁多架?
連眼鏡都唔見左!
係咪落山拾机唔見架 :lol:
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今期比賽好可能在釣魚翁,"馬鞍山之虎"好似唔多夠照 :twisted:


Master Of Soaring, aka "MOS" 8)


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Great !! Master of Soaring. Is it a MBA or MSc course?
By the way, the AFFK has team T shirt, will we have a team flap at our site?

Cheer up Team MOS!!!


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Stanley, according to the HKRCSS website, pilot briefing will take place at the BBQ site car park in Ma On Shan at 8:30am, 8:00am and 8:00am on Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively.

I've signed up as a volunteer helper assisting Ken. What time should I be there?


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Willy !!!The wind direction is not east ,I think we can not confirm where we can meet for briefing !


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Pilot breifing will be in the lobby in Regal Riverside Hotel in Shatin. The forcast wind direction is northerly so most likely we will not select Ma On Shan for flying. We are still deciding on a suitable site for northerly wind at the moment. Anyway, High Junk Peak will be used if the wind is from NE to NNE. Since some pilots are living in Kowloon or Hong Kong side, if they travel to Regal and then back out to High Junk Peak, it may be quite troublesome for them. However, although we have booked a 24-seat minibus for the foriegn pilots, we do expect that the space is still not sufficient as there will be 20+ foriegn pilots, so I really hope those local pilots living in Shatin, Tai Po areas to come to Regal for briefing and help in the transport after the briefing. I would expect the following persons be in Regal for briefing:
Stanley, Angus, Y.C., Ken, Mak, Fat Fai, Wing (may be if he is not going up to the mountain to check the site), anymore?


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Pilot briefing will be in the lobby in Regal Riverside Hotel in Shatin.

At 8:30am, 8:00am and 8:00am on Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively?

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space is still not sufficient as there will be 20+ foriegn pilots

I suggest I wait outside the hotel with my car (capable of taking 3 contestants if one side of the rear seat is folded down to increase luggage space for the planes, otherwise it seats 4), and be ready to take 3 contestants to the site.

Ken said he would call me. I'm standing by.


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Angus & Stanley
I taken some photo on last month at HUNG Fa ling, where are NNE Site
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Can you point it!


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So,

It is in the left side of the 3rd photo.

Regards
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thanks1


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This site looks better than HJP !


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Will Lobster Bay be also an option? Though the track length could be marginal, the wind speed forecasted should allow for strong lift. I wonder the N site at HFL could accommodate for 40+ persons with sufficient landing area.


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Dear fellow F3F flyers and helpers,

The last three days are just wonderful experience for us, we managed to hold the event in two new flying locations; a very convenient northerly slope in Robin’s Nest and a new northeasterly slope in Lobster Bay with very physically demanding hike up! It is a nerve breaking experience for us as an organizer. The contest is now successfully completed and our visitors would bring the happy memory back home. I am highly impressed by the efficiency of our fellow pilots, workers, helpers and the wives. Without their tireless, devoted efforts, we would not have achieved this goal. Thank you all of you who made this contest a success! I know I owe you a lot on putting lot of pressure on you in the running the contest. Please forgive me for what I have done wrong. Shall we get together to have a drink sometimes to celebrate, in particular, that our HK team has done a professional contest to win the Champion, 1st runner-up and best time awards? I promise I will buy you the drinks. Cheers!

Stanley


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唔好忘記,重有我地既 AKFF 隊及 SMP 隊。
也得到隊際成績的第一及第三名。

大會主持人感謝大家之後,我們更需多謝各位大會負責人,Stanley,Ah pong & Ah Ken。
今次 HK open 的各位主要負責人,對賽事都勞心勞力。實在是付出了很多。

其間要數 Stanley 與Ah Pong ,因大賽事務既細節安排而語氣加重!
有些時候我更擔心 Stanley 會唔會打 Ah pong 一身哩 :shock:
哈哈、講笑姐! 教授又點會打亞Sir 呢 :lol:

但係就可以睇到,各位對今次既賽事安排有幾投入。

多謝 Ah Ken
多謝 Stanley
多謝 Ah Pong

Mak


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仲要多謝Willy, 麥嫂﹐幫嫂同其他義務幫手既朋友。


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非常多謝大会及義工, 更要多謝亞蘇的物資及物流安排, 另外Willy每日做完Timer工作後還細心拾執及清理場地.
非常感激!


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