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That is how it has been this spring.  The fluctuations between winter and summer conditions have been more drastic than I can remember.  From +18 one day to below zero and snow the next.  So the answer then, is to fly on the +18 degree days.  If you were flying on these days you have had an amazing start to the soaring season.   Latest Logbook On Easter Saturday Kevin dusted off the Gentle Giant and Jordan, Matthew B and Larry all had their first flights of the season.  Kevin said this is the driest spring he has seen for...

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Happy Holidays and here’s to hoping for a bright and healthy 2021 We at Muller Windsports would like to thank everyone for their patience and support through this crazy 2020 we are all experiencing.  We can only hope for a much simpler 2021 for you all as well.  Cheers Vincene and Keith

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We waited until the last day of October to hold OcTOWberfest and it was definitely worth the wait.  The weather was perfect!  The wind blew light south all day long and it felt relatively warm at plus 7.  This year's event was truly multi-wingual.  We had hang gliders, paragliders and we even had an airplane.  Over 30 people dropped in at one time or another throughout the day.  One pilot literally dropped in.  Paraglider pilot Guus from Kindersley, Saskatchewan decided to fly his single engine plane over and land in the field at Infinity Flight Park.  He went for a...

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It's definitely been a season of "better late than never".  We ran our first Novice Hang Gliding Class of the season in late August, the Mountain High Flight course in September and now OcTOWberfest on the last day of the month.  Yes, OcTOWberfest will be this Saturday, October 31 at Infinity Flight Park.  Towing will start at 9:00 a.m.  weather permitting.  Please text Kevin (403 507 0300) if you would like to come.  He needs to know if he should set up one or two or maybe all three winches.  Please text him by Thursday at 6:00.  We will have...

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Those that have been able to get airborne this spring have been rewarded with great soaring conditions.  Larry put together a little video compilation of our efforts launching off the  pay-out-winch near Drumheller.  Awesome scenic soaring over prairie farmland and the Red Deer River drainages.  Thanks for putting it together Larry! Check it out here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdjA1MuxXOM On one of these flights Kevin and I decided to attempt a triangle flight because we had virtually no wind on the ground.  The forecast showed a south wind switching to north.  On Kevin's tow I could tell, by the pressures on the winch,...

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