Hey Ken, great to see you on here!
Ken Binks wrote: ↑
14 Mar 2019, 19:08
Noted in diary will try and get along with a SQ
I bet yours wont have an RCS Digi Three like mine!
All will be revealed in tomorrows (15th) RCM&E
I'm itching to get my copy!
Dont worry about 'how old' anything nostalgic is welcome. Glyn the Moonbeam was expertly built by Gary and shipped over all the way from Oz!!! It was a swap for a Macgregor conversion, but between me & thee I got the better of the deal
Its to plan, apart from the two-piece wing & joiners, and I think I've decided to do it S/C exactly like the
one Dad built was when I was about 10 or 11 !
Mike_K wrote: ↑
12 Mar 2019, 11:10
If you haven't finalised your booking for the campsite, you are quite welcome to stay with me, I'm 5 miles away from Ivinghoe Beacon and can see it from the bottom of my paddock
Thanks very much Mike, the site is booked & paid up, no refunds, I'm very grateful for the offer but I love my campervan and another opportunity to camp out is one of my reasons to go - the site sounds ideal!
But thank you for the kind offer
I would love to see the Force Four and everyone elses 'retro' gliders down there, I have the S/C Moonbeam, Little-V, several Impalas on reeds, Soarcerer & S/C Soarcerette, Flair Heron, the S/C Pixie (and maybe, by then, a Goblin!), the DB Rookie if its light, and of course the Suzy Que, all proper 'retros' and all with proper retro radios
I reckon the mode-zero posse could make a real impression, maybe even gain some members! I'd love to see everyone down there.