Lomcevak26 wrote:Long-range Met Office weather forecast for Sunday suggests it will be bright and warm.
- Appreciate its still early days!
- Pinch of salt at the ready!
- Still prepared for the worst!
Thumper wrote:Whats a redhawk?
Who's Leon, what does he fly... looking at your username I am desperately hoping thats not the Seahawk out
Nice headgear EMarsh I am bringing an umbrella for sure, haven't decided whether I should take the kayak or the snow chains yet, looking at whats hitting Milton Keynes at the minute the kayak might be a good option.
Definately gonna be at Dux on the Saturday now seeing as theres a slim chance the F-16 might put in an appearance. I have told my mate if he is not in MK by 10am Saturday then I am going without him. He has 45 miles to travel and was 9 hours late for RIAT on the Saturday, SO NOT happening again! Plus seeing as he has the navigational skills of a goldfish I may well be on my own
garethbrum wrote:Thumper wrote:Thanks Jimbob and Phreak, phew glad the Sea Hawk is still on the list (for now). Shame about the King Air though.
Sea Hawk remains stranded at Liverpool Airport I'm afraid. She won't be serviceable until next week at the earliest.
StevenH wrote:Blimey, serviceability really is a huge problem with the RNHF isn't it!
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