- Published: Monday, 16 January 2012 22:25
- Written by Bill Spadafora
I think we've had different weather every year that we've held our January Acton launch. It wasn't as cold (or as warm) as it's been in other years but it's never been as windy. And what would you expect people to fly on a cold windy day? Gliders of course. With one notable exception, they flew surprisingly well. The constant for our winter launches seems to be good attendance. There were at least 30 cars parked along the rod and evidently most were driven by flyers because we had 103 flights in four hours. The majority of the flights were A and B but several brave people flew F and G motors. There are photos in the gallery.