Midsummer Daydream (oz12172)
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Midsummer Daydream. Radio control HLG model.
Quote: "I have always been fascinated by gliders. I suppose it originates from watching birds, but to me the beauty of a plane wheeling silently and apparently effortlessly through the sky cannot be matched. So of course I had to build one for myself. The limiting factor was size; while a 100s glider offers high performance it needs space and a lonely field where it can do no damage - and in Cambridge there are few slopes available. What I really wanted was a glider compact enough to fit in a large rucksack so that I could cycle to a nearby field (at 16 that is about the only form of transport available) and light enough so it would be easy to towline launch and would fly slowly enough to teach flying basics in a relaxed manner..."
Midsummer Daydream: Thomas Edwards' 45" HLG from November '91 RM.
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