Saturday, 9 January 2010

The frozen North

Hello All,

its been a fact we are in a whole new decade. Just as we were all getting to grips with the noughties, they turn into a stroppy teenager (well in a couple of years anyway)

The New Year has brought with it the longest 'proper' winter in 30 years - so open cockpit flying isn't on many people's agenda. It warmed up today to around -4 on the ground so I thought I should go out for a spin and leave the work to another day.

Some amazing pictures attached of Lough Neagh frozen over to a couple of miles out from the shoreline. Thanks to Jim Davison and Pete Durrans for the extra ballast ;-)

Cheers, Victor

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