GULP Assemblyby Greg Smith Here are some pix and descriptions of the building of the GULP. The instructions that came with the kit are complete enough that if you have built planes before you should have no problem. This was my first foamie so some of the techniques were a bit new but presented no […]
Archive | February, 2002
Twin Cities Slopes – The Minnesota RC Soaring Society http://www.mrcss.org , a Twin Cities based soaring club, insures a number of slope sites plus they have a few others that require daily permission from the landowner to use.
Mirko launching a big ASW-17 through a gap on the slope at Port Washington. Photo: Greg Smit Port Washington, WI Located about 30 minutes north of Milwaukee, this slope is in North Lake Park. There is a spot just after the last parking lot that works well for Southeast winds. The landing area has a […]
Check this link if you are going to be in the Salt Lake area. Several great slope sites, including Francis Peak and Antelope Island, where Soar Utah is held, are in the area. Check with local pilots first. http://www.silentflyer.org Check out the Flying Sites link.