That's not SALT looked like a soft beach landing to me.
BTW I took the 5.4 Vapor back out armed with my new body armor in a nice gentle 5ms breeze and god dam it rocks.
Clive wrote:I personally find it very difficult to judge wind speed accurately by sticking my finger in the air
JKS wrote:The trick to the making the Lap belt safe is building in a weak point. Luke swears by $2 plastic clips and if anyone has a tone of exp avoiding turtling (being dragged connected to your buggy) .... It's him. The concept is when the forces are greater thN what is normally needed keeping yOu in the buggy ... The buckle will break seperating you from the bug.
Warm with light winds -it was the seabreeze that came in - it stayed around the 15-25knot mark for the next couple of hours. Same thing happened on a few previous nights but it didn't happen on the next night......when I was prepared and spent two hours tootling around with a 4m depower. Much to everyone's amusement. Figures!jabroni wrote:John - what was the weather like when the gust hit you?