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    Warbirds of all eras are welcome to the field for a day of flying and fun. The club will provide hot dogs, burgers, snacks, and drinks. If you'd like to contribute something to the food and fun, please feel free!
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    Join us for our annual biplane day at the field. Bring your favorite biplane or triplane and your favorite potluck dish to share! We'll have water and soft drinks provided by the club, you bring your favorite covered dish, meat for the grill, or side dish to share with the club.
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    Our annual summer Swap meet at the club field. Buy, sell, trade. Everyone is welcome to buy and/or sell today. There is a flat $10 seller's fee. Sell as many items as you want.
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    Join us for the 5th Annual National Model Aviation Day. More details to follow!
  7. Some one found a USB iPhone charger cable at the field. If you lost one, please contact me, and I can provide instructions to retrieve it.
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    The LLFC will once again be at the Rhode Island Air show. If you can help us staff our booth, please let an officer know.
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    Find your smallest bird and come fly. We'll be featuring aircraft that qualify as UMX or Ultra micro.
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    Come and join us for a day of food, fun, and flying. All club members, their families, and the local community (both RC pilots and those who are just curious) are welcome to come out and spend the day at the field. If you're new to RC or curious about what you need to know, we'll be happy to answer all your questions. Food and Drinks will be available. To fly you MUST be an AMA member and have the appropriate FAA markings on your aircraft.
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    It's time once again for our summer meeting. Saturday June 17, 11am - 2pm Come out to the club field and learn about the upcoming events, plans, and other goings on of the LLFC.
  12. Join us on Sunday April 23 at 10:00AM for a great day of field prep and flying. Spring is here and it's time to get into the swing of the 2017 Flying season by making sure all the little maintenance tasks are handled. Bring your favorite food to share as lunch will be pot luck style! The club will be providing drinks. Hope to see everyone there!
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    Join us on Sunday April 23 at 10:00AM for a great day of field prep and flying. Spring is here and it's time to get into the swing of the 2017 Flying season by making sure all the little maintenance tasks are handled. Bring your favorite food to share as lunch will be pot luck style! The club will be providing drinks. Hope to see everyone there!
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    Current and prospective members - come join us at 8 am Saturday if you are interested in flight instruction or have questions about joining our club. Should be great flying weather Saturday morning. Remember to wear a cap and sunglasses - you will need them with the morning sun.
  15. Was a blast, thanks for posting Steve! We could practice and do some awesome patterns! MXS' rule the sky!
  16. Hi sorry to hear about your plane. Send me a private message on this forum with your phone number and I can get you in touch with Jason B who might be able to help.
  17. I have parked my FOAMY in a tree off to the right on the path next to the Block shack.. If anyone see's it laying around could ya grab it for me !!! first flight didn't get it trimmed out in time before the tree grabbed it.!! Thanks, John Freeman
  18. President of CRRC visited us to check out my Extreme Flight Slick 580 74 inch. He brought his 60 Slick, so we had a blast with both Slicks! Details of my build on the next image.
  19. President of CRRC visited us to check out my new Extreme Flight Slick 580 74 inch. He brought his 60 Slick, so we had a blast with both. Details of my Extreme Flight Slick. 74 inch wing span Roughly 10 pound all up weight with 35 cc DA 35 engine with DA stock muffler Falcon 20 x 8 wood propeller MKS 1220 servos all around, MKS 1250 for throttle. Jeti Central Box 200 with redundant dual path recievers and remote power switch Jersey Modeler plumbing and dot
  20. ExtremeFlight Laser 60 took to the skies on this cold gusty but sunny day! Part of runway still had snow but enough clear to allow me to land. Wind was gusting up to 30 mph or so from ALL directions, it was a handful. Laser is a lot of fun. It's a new take on the Bud Light Classic full scale Laser which was a champion of aerobatic competitions in the 80's.
  21. Thanks! Very helpful
  22. Check out https://www.windytv.com/42.067/-71.328?41.617,-71.328,8,m:ePhaeci for awesome wind and weather visualization! Shows you what the wind is doing all around a location you pick, but you can also zoom out to see the wind all around the globe! I especially love the 3 different wind and weather forecasts at the bottom - now there is no guessing about the numbers. Most weather websites go from one of these forecasts, this one shows you all three - average wind and top gusts. More the forecasts converge (especially ECM and GFS), the more confident I am about the forecast. As a quick check, for tomorrow at noon, ECM shows average wind of 11 mph with gusts of 28 mph. GFS shows average wind of 14 mph and gusts of 22 mph. Going to be windy
  23. Check out windytv.com - just enter your location and you immediately have access to all sorts of real time forecast info and real time winds visualization. Its incredible. You can see what the three different forecast models are projecting - everything from temps to winds and gusts to clouds to rain / snow and accumulated snow depth. There are also tides for those venturing out on to the water. By far, the best site / app i have found for weather related. Takes all the mystery out. When the models converge - you have high confidence.. when the models are far apart, keep checking.
  24. Thanks Rick! Worked surprisingly well. Sunk down a couple of inches but the attitude was positive, which helped. A little throttle and the plane leaped out of snow and into the air The brand I use - Morgan Mills is made from ABS plastic, and the two wires in the front and back really allow you to define a precise angle of attack, and keep it there.. no screws or collars to come loose. About 35 a pair but well worth the price.
  25. Skis! I love it.
  26. Dues shall be paid annually. Dues for a membership year will be accepted from November 1 of the previous membership year. A grace period will be extended until the last day of February, during which a person’s membership will not be not jeopardy for non-payment. If payment is not received by March 1 of that membership year, that member will be considered to have resigned. 3. The dues are structured as follows: a. Regular Member: $75.00 per membership year. Dues paid after the grace period will incur a $10 late fee. b. Youth Member: $25.00 per membership year. Dues paid after the grace period will incur a $10 late fee. c. Senior Member: $60.00 per membership year. Dues paid after the grace period will incur a $10 late fee. d. Family Member (under 18/Spouse): $20 per membership year. Dues paid after the grace period will incur a $10 late fee. e. New Member: Dues for a new member will be appropriate for his/her age group plus a $10 new member fee. f. Member Redux: Dues for a member redux will be appropriate for his/her age group as if they were a new member. g. Newsletter Only Subscriber: $10.00 per membership year and is for the News Letter Send in your dues with your application. The address of where to mail it is on the application.
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