Monthly Archives: May 2007

Highbuild and Stuff!

Well, my boat is coming along quite nicely now. I spent today starting off the preparation for painting…highbuild everywhere! In the photo the boat looks ENORMOUS, but it’s not actually as big as that – I think it is a … Continue reading

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Wednesday 30th May

Another afternoon/evening of very odd winds. One minute it was up, another it was down. Shifting all over the place and very flakey, very odd given that it was a southerly and usually a very good direction. Gavin and myself … Continue reading

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Rescue Duty!

When we heard that we had a rescue duty at the end of May we thought it would be great. Bright sunshine and an excuse to top up tans and the like. How wrong can you be… 7 Degrees outside … Continue reading

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Wednesday 23rd May

Mike and Alan were down the club for a bit of light airs training. Wind was marginal foiling weather but the sun was shining so it’s all good… Alan is fast getting to grips with his Prowler and the large … Continue reading

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Welcome

Welcome to the Bristol Moth flying squadron blog page. Mothing at Cheddar has been growing for a while now with 5 boats hitting the water regularly and 2 of these new foilers. The intention of this page is to keep … Continue reading

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