Looking for a Masonville local and NoCo pilots

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talontwo
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Looking for a Masonville local and NoCo pilots

Postby talontwo » Mon Apr 07, 2014 10:20 am

Hi folks,

I'm a H4, P2, PPG3, GA and ultralight pilot just moved into the Loveland area. Really looking to get active with the free flying community in the area, so any advice there is welcome.

I'm about 10 minutes from Masonville and definitely want to get to know the locals and the site as well as any others in the area. I've got lots of free time, a 4x4 and a dedicated driver who loves to travel.

Look forward to hearing from pilots out there.

Charles
chch8atlivedotcom

rickwyo
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Re: Looking for a Masonville local and NoCo pilots

Postby rickwyo » Mon Apr 07, 2014 1:00 pm

I passed your info to Steve Hanson,

please do not fly local NCO sites without getting a hold of him, he can brief you on what and what not to attempt.

FlyinGoat
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Re: Looking for a Masonville local and NoCo pilots

Postby FlyinGoat » Fri Aug 07, 2015 8:29 am

Hey NorCo pilots,

I am a visiting P2 with about 90 flights accumulated throughout Glenwood springs, SLC, and a couple grand junction area mesas. I'll be close to masonville for the weekend and would love to get ahold of some local pilots to chat and experience the site. Is Steve Hanson still the man to meet for masonville?

I'm looking for smooth winds and glass-off conditions, as I've yet to catch a thermal and usually retreat to ground level during thermic conditions. I feel ready to move into mid day flying, but taking my time to get there. I've visited the masonville launch yesterday and am guessing the SW to S to SE winds would be the best launch conditions, which could be coming nicely this Sat morn and Sunday eve...

If there is a good rmhpa representative I could meet, please give me a text or email or pm. Thanks, and looking up to flying with you'd!

Dan Whitney
979-274-4941
SirDanielWhitney{at)gmail(dot]com

Ed Williams
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Re: Looking for a Masonville local and NoCo pilots

Postby Ed Williams » Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:51 am

Dave,

Steve and Rick are still the guys to talk to about Masonville.

tharnden
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Re: Looking for a Masonville local and NoCo pilots

Postby tharnden » Mon Sep 25, 2017 2:56 pm

Can someone please pass my contact information on to Steve Hanson? I am new to Fort Collins and would love to get in touch with him.
Tyler Harnden
970-219-1917

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John W
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Re: Looking for a Masonville local and NoCo pilots

Postby John W » Thu Sep 28, 2017 8:18 am

Check your messages
JW

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