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PPG Rules

1. WHEN A CRASH SEEMS INEVITABLE, ENDEAVOR TO STRIKE THE SOFTEST, CHEAPEST OBJECT IN THE VICINITY AS SLOW AND GENTLY AS POSSIBLE!
2. WHEN AN ENGINE FAILS ON A POWERED PARAGLIDER, THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH ENERGY LEFT TO GET TO THE CRASH SITE.
3. WHEN LEARNING TO FLY, NEVER TRADE LUCK FOR SKILL.
4. BETTER THAN NOTHING BUT, REMEMBER THAT WEATHER FORECASTS ARE JUST HOROSCOPES WITH NUMBERS.
5. A SMOOTH PPG FOOT LAUNCH IS MOSTLY LUCK, TWO IN A ROW IS ALL LUCK; THREE IN A ROW IS PREVARICATION. (TELLING PORKIES)

Send txt messages to club members through Twitter from this site.

Using Twitter club members can now send txt messages to groups of club members mobile phones for free. Two groups of members have been created, 'Paragliders' and 'Hang gliders'. To use this you must be registered on this site and Twitter.

XC Clinic and 2010 year-end celebration

Hi All,
As mentioned two weeks ago, there is a X-C clinic this week to present and discuss the possibilities of local Cross Country flying. Some light refreshments and food will be put on by the club for every one to enjoy, BYO any thing else if you like.
Some of the topics we would like to cover – Places, weather, gear, tactics and safety
Location – Brad’s house - #1 The Ridge (Cnr of The Ridge and Kennedys Bush Road)

Time – 7pm Thursday 25th November
7.15 – 8.15 - XC Clinic presentation – Hamish Foster
8.15 onwards - discussions and drinks

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