Corn Roast Fun Fly – Sep 24

1.Corn Roast Fun Fly has been rescheduled to Saturday 24 September.

2.Hollywood comes to Bayview.

3.Prizes for the best air to air and air to ground still photo’s or short video awarded on the 24.

4.Drone pilots must register for the event to qualify for prizes.

5.This is a FUN FLY so members can fly rc planes helicopters or drones of their choice.

6.Club BBQ’s will be fired up for the event,Friend’s and Family’s are welcome to attend.

As per Ian Brown. Comments and suggestions are welcomed.

Top Gun 2022

Top Gun 2022 was held on Saturday, July 16, a glorious summer day with little wind. Figuring out how many people attended is tricky, as it’s a moving target but on a few occasions we counted over 40. And we began the barbeque with 72 wieners and buns and were left with two. Very few people had more than one, so we likely had close to 70 people. Ages ranged from several toddlers to a few octogenarians.

Ian Brown called things to order about 9:00 , and then flying began with running commentary, as well as slightly dubious music, from John Ham. Flying was continuous, and at times we had half a dozen planes on the taxiway lined up for takeoff. Started to look like Pearson on a very bad day. Around noon, we got a bit more formal and put together a static display for all to see.

Then came prizes. The kids were  given foam gliders, Tim Horton cards, and other treats. The award for best flight was unanimous, going to Daniel from the Mississauga club, who flew an EDF slightly larger than a paper dart at speeds that were estimated as greater than 200 km./hr.  Static winner was more contentious, with Pete Foto’s Viper and Cary Adams’ B-2 bomber as finalists. Cary won a beautiful static trophy of a Top Gun F18.

John Ham’s incredible photos are attached to this article. Huge thanks to Ian Brown and the other volunteers who made this a great fun fly day

Maidenfest was a huge success!

At one point I counted 22 car in the parking lot.

A tremendous thanks to:

Ian Brown and Barry Parkinson, who looked after organization and food/drink

Don Irvine who lined up expert pilots and made sure things ran smoothly at the flight line

Ken Sisler and his crew who had the field trimmed like a golf course.

The many expert fliers who contributed their time and expertise to get the maidens to happen.

And the gods who arranged a picture-perfect day for the event


Geoff

Bayview Airpark – Spring Update

Ken Sisler and Ross Gosling are getting the lawn mowers tuned up. They are looking for helpers doing trimming around the benches, stands, etc. So, come spring,  if you have the time, get in touch with Ken. Just once a month for a couple of hours.

The grounds are really wet, so the access gate will be closed until the field dries up. An unauthorized vehicle snuck in and left deep tracks on our grass runway. We will try to fix it when the weather improves and we can properly roll the field. Note the barrels collecting water to fill the roller.

You might notice the dish connected to the clubhouse. Our board, lead by Geoff, chose Skychoice as our new internet provider. Now that it is working, the weather data has been restored, along with our webcam. Peter and I are working on more cameras and fob access to the clubhouse.

Bill Ayre and Ken Sisler have repaired the flagpole and installed a new windsock.

Lastly, if you notice the lines around the clubhouse, talk to Joe Fazzari about his plans.

Great work guys!

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