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What do you use for shade? (over your head :))

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Doono, Nov 23, 2014.

  1. Doono

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  2. Happyflyer

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    Slick. Anything to block the Sun.
     
  3. DrD

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    Use a Dolly Parton shade. Keeps you warm in the winter, too
     
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    How about this?

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    UCLA baseball cap. Go Bruins!
     
  6. The Editor

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    I'm in the UK so I never have any use for a sunshade :lol:
     
  7. CallMeAlan

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    And, Editor, the way the weather's been recently we don't even have a use for a flying machine in the UK. Ten days since I flew my F550.
     
  8. Doono

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    Well, fat load of good you blokes are! :lol: :)
     
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    UK not the only place the weather sucks. So much early snow and arctic cold I will be happy if I could fly at least once before Spring or Mid to late April. Maybe I could tie quad to the floor with 2 feet of rope just so I could hear the motors run. Problem there would having to pull the cat off the ceiling. :cry:
     
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    Come and fly in sunny southern California, beautiful flying weather here, but bring your own water with you in a bucket!
     
  11. Happyflyer

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    I know what you mean. Rain and floods to the max all over the Country and California can't get a drop. :(