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By Morten
#1803280
JAFO wrote: seeming like an idiot (as in your original post)

Careful how you phrase that.... :lol:
I did not think Olli seemed like an idiot in is original post ;)
Agree - good luck to you, young man. Shame you're too far away for me.
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By JAFO
#1803312
Good point, @Morten, nor did I. I thought he sounded like a brilliant young man who will go far.

I was, of course, referring to the bit where he said:

Olli Allen wrote:I’m going to ask at the school but I didn’t want to go in and seem like an idiot.


And reassuring him that he wouldn't.
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By ROG
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Hi Olli--I would offer a "clean the mud awf yur plane guv" service,
In winter the group that I run doesn"t do grass airfields as
we found it a pain to clean off the mud---low wing aircraft collect quite a bit,
As you said you know where not to spray the water.
If you just do a removing mud job--no polishing---no extras--it"s around half an hour---I"d ask £20 --see how it goes. You could ask the punters to throw in a ride in their aircraft,
Let us know how you get on.
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By Olli Allen
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ROG wrote:Hi Olli--I would offer a "clean the mud awf yur plane guv" service,
In winter the group that I run doesn"t do grass airfields as
we found it a pain to clean off the mud---low wing aircraft collect quite a bit,
As you said you know where not to spray the water.
If you just do a removing mud job--no polishing---no extras--it"s around half an hour---I"d ask £20 --see how it goes. You could ask the punters to throw in a ride in their aircraft,
Let us know how you get on.


That’s a great idea!
I’ll keep you all updated!
Thanks :)