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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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Kevin Farnell wrote:
06 Jun 2022, 06:21
Airspeed wrote:
06 Jun 2022, 05:16
Once you recognise the shape, there'll be no stopping you,
Isn't that always the case?

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No, just feel the Force, Kevin, feel the Force ;)

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Airspeed wrote:
07 Jun 2022, 08:20
Kevin Farnell wrote:
06 Jun 2022, 06:21
Airspeed wrote:
06 Jun 2022, 05:16
Once you recognise the shape, there'll be no stopping you,
Isn't that always the case?

Kevin
No, just feel the Force, Kevin, feel the Force ;)
Strong with the force, I am! Recognise the aeroplanes, I do (mostly).

Kevin
Stratospheric traces, of our transitory flight.
Trails of condensation, held in narrow paths of white...

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06-06-22 gee, that's old hat. Tomorrow we move forward :agree:

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Sorry it's late in the day; had to go out unexpectedly.

The results for 06-06-22:
First across the line was Kevin Farnell, followed by Mick (woody901), PeteP, Den (511Flyer), PaulK, Joe (blanston12), Myles, and Pete (Motormouse)
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Joe had been following the modelling for some time, and was well versed in the aircraft, earning a bonus star Image

The correct identification was Fokker T-5 or T-V, depending on your numerical persuasion.

No need for another picture, plenty on the web, and all I hid was the Dutch triangles.

Thanks for playing ;)

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What’s next Mike 😁
Ben.:tunes:

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Thanks to Mrs Airspeed for the suggestion :)
Here's your challenge, lads......
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I reckon it is Dave Moly's first flight from Southport Beach. Note the blanked out guy with the red flag keeping up in the bottom right corner. :)

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Thank you Mrs Airspeed.

:)

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Wrong Allan - too many wheels :agree:
I think my flight was on skids :lol:
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9 Correct answers, then it went quiet.
I'll give it the usual 24 hours before wrapping this one up.

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