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Will you be attending?

Poll ended at 24 Aug 2017, 09:23

Yes
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Total votes: 13

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Post by TSR2 »

Where does the time go. I’m sure he would have loved GIAST but be very much looking forward to properly landable ships.
Hope Mrs B and Helen and family are all well. :RN:
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All the best to Helen & family.
We will not forget Dave.

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I bet he'd have loved MSFS, though humorously critical in his own inimitable way. Still sorely missed; the forum hasn't been the same without him. Best wishes to his family from me too.

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Paul K wrote:
18 Aug 2022, 11:58
I bet he'd have loved MSFS, though humorously critical in his own inimitable way.
I can only imagine the fun he'd have shooting up the MSFS scenery using his King George V battleship. :lol:
viewtopic.php?p=271480#p271480
Rest in peace Dave. All the best to his family.

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FlyTexas wrote:
18 Aug 2022, 12:39
Paul K wrote:
18 Aug 2022, 11:58
I bet he'd have loved MSFS, though humorously critical in his own inimitable way.
I can only imagine the fun he'd have shooting up the MSFS scenery using his King George V battleship. :lol:
viewtopic.php?p=271480#p271480
Rest in peace Dave. All the best to his family.

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Man, 5 years already... seems like just the other day we were chatting about CBFS VA and various projects via PM and showing me where to get a bunch of CL44 stuff.

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Post by Nigel H-J »

I have found that time has been flying by, more so since I retired. It only feels as though it was yesterday since Dave passed away. :((

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Thinking about Dave and hoping Helen and family are doing well. I am another that can't believe it has been five years!

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Still sadly missed.
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6 years on. R.I.P Dave


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Post by Brian Franklin »

Still missed Dave, hardly seems even one year

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