Flying at Springfield

Yesterday Tim and I made the trek down to KVSF for some flying.

The 304 is being stored in a giant hangar with a concrete floor so assembly could not have been any easier except for getting the tape to stick to the ice cold glider.

Walters PW6 stays assembled and is sitting on dolly’s so all you have to do is roll it out of the hangar.

There were 3 flights all together and I think the max (Walter and a/p mgr. Larry) was to around 5000′ and there might have been some weak wave helping him get there.

A good time was had by all and I suggest you take advantage of Walter’s willingness to tow during the winter for us. It’s really been great fun.


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