Gloucester fly-in

Neil , Dean , and George Recently did the trip from the Skyranch to attend the annual Gloucester fly-in.
Dean and George flew their Cavalons while Neil took the MTO Sport demonstrator.
They had to divert  about 30 miles to the South in order to avoid low cloud which was hanging on the great dividing range.
On arrival the weather turned sour and not much more flying was done for the rest of the day.


The afternoon was spent answering the many questions from interested onlookers who were curious to know more about the gyro’s.
The Gloucester aero club did a great job catering and the evening was spent around the bon fire exchanging storeys.
Next morning dawned fine and sunny and Jeff and Rick were able to fly their MTO Sports up from the Newcastle area the day.
After doing a few TIF’s, the Tamworth boys headed for the coast to do a bit of beach flying before popping into Taree for fuel and heading back to the Skyranch.
A very enjoyable weekend was had and the gyros performed faultlessly.

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