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    Here is a short flight early morning flight (but lots of screenies) in Tim Conrad's PT-19.

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    Nicely done John, some great pics here !!

    Keep it up my friend !!

    Dave S.
    Remember ... it is better to break ground and fly into the wind .. than to break wind and fly into the ground !!



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    Wonderfully serene. :>
    Cheese War Enthusiast.

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    The PT-19 looks very good in the early morning, and so does the scenery John. Awesome post

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    grandioso John,beautiful shots. The scenery and Pt-19 are a great combination,nice work.

    Adam

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    Awesome set of shots and great PT-19 John, good work.

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    Thanks for the comments Dave, Paul, Jan, Adam and Alistair. PNW is a beautiful place to fly around just perfect for the PT-19.

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    Nice set John, fun little plane to fly!

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