Off to the Mojave!


We will not have our normal meeting this Saturday.
Instead, we are going to Mojave!

This event can develop into something major for SoCal Aviation. Lets check out the speed demons!
Meet for car/plane pool at the former Rocky’s at 8:00 am on Saturday. for more info on event.

Call Murry, 818-702-0782 or Charlie 818-705-2744 for even more information. We use an answering machine to screen the junk calls, so talk a bit and we will pick up.

We should meet at the WHP office at 8 am for carpool or plane rides.

Blue Skies,

Event Description
Mojave Experimental Fly-in
April 17-19, 2015

Low and Slow: Bug Smasher Poker Run/ Flour Bomb 12-5 pm Friday, April 17
Movies and RC Models 5-10 pm Friday, April 17
Fly-in 10-2 pm Saturday, April 18
Dinner 5:30 pm Saturday, April 18
Fly-out 7-9 am Sunday, April 19

A gathering of the leading Experimenters currently involved in GA. The event opens Saturday with a mid-day fly-in from 10 to 2. There will be a dinner starting at 6 with awards and speaker Paul Dye. Then early morning on Sunday we gather at the airport for the departure of the show aircraft.

Low and Slow, Bug Smasher Poker Run/ Flour Bomb:

Poker Run:
•Briefing at noon
•Flight Plan: KMHVàKTSPàKMIT àL05 à KMHV
•Winning hand wins BIG entry fees and cool prizes!

Flour Bomb:
•At KMHV, target will be in place, no B-2s allowed.
•Two flour bombs per registered pilot/passenger
•120 flour bombs total, register early to claim yours!
•Best shot receives entry fees and cool prizes
Landing Competition:
•One shot after flour bomb
•Shortest landing gets entry fees and bragging rights!

Movies and RC Models:
Taking place in the Stu Witt Event Center. Movies, pizza, RC/Rubber-band airplane building and flying. Folks are welcome to spend the night!

Yoga To Rest & Renew:
Taking place in the Stu Witt Event Center, Friday, April 17, 8:00pm-9:15pm
Close out your week with a slow and restful practice just before bed. Wind down, breathe deep and relax your body so you can get a good night’s sleep. Part of the opening night of the Mojave Experimental Fly-In, followed by an Aviation Slumber Party. Free for registered participants of the Fly-In, but open to the public, too!

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