I would like to start this with the usual argument for “what is good?”, a lack of bad or evil, and although today probably does not fall under evil, it certainly goes further towards the bad than good.
So, I decide to go to Turweston, fair enough, the weather was very nice and I wanted to go out. So I pack my bag and I as close it up, the zips fall off. Bother, OK I’ll use my other one. But now I can’t take lunch, a picnic rug or a coat. 20 minutes later than hoped, I get to the aerodrome to see the first of three active aircraft, G-GHZJ; try to take my sunglasses off only for the bit on top of the lens to snap and the left lens to fall onto the mud. Bother, I’ll have to manage without. Then, to add insult to injury, only 3 planes decided to be active. Bother, I’m now beginning to get rather frustrated and just go home, only to hear and see 3 aircraft in the blasted circuit! I suppose, without days like this, there would be no such things as good days!
These were the aircraft seen
(Bold indicates indicates active)
- G-AIXN (Sokol M1C)
- G-AOSK (De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk)
- G-AVLT (Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee)
- G-BBMZ (De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk)
- G-CBCB (Scottish Aviation Bulldog T.1)
- G-GHZJ(Socata TB-9 Tampico)
- G-RJVH (Guimbal Cabri G2)
- G-SHRN (Schweizer 269C-1)
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