ARCHIVED EVENTS

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two 12 feet long flight stations, with enough space between them to fit even the biggest plane :-)

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My son Sebastian Helping to build flight stations

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Shawn, Mitch and Ken, hard at work spreading the sand. Runway is now much smoother :-)

Field Preview / BBQ 11/19/2017

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After five hours of serving over 80 sandwiches and hotdogs, Shawn and Sebastian chilling out.

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Richard and Crystal Barr, Chris Marazzo

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My son Sebastian proudly serving BBQ sandwiches, chips and cookies, he really enjoyed it, too.

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Irrigation

3 zone irrigation working flawlessly 

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Birds eye VIEW

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Nearly done, everyone is tired, time to go home.

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Joe obviously having fun ;-)

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Captain Gregg Morgan, thank you !

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Kevin hard at work, bright and early

Bermuda Sod Day

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20 plus guys, helping install huge amount of Bermuda Sod in only six and half hours, thank you all for coming.

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Two of these trucks 8AM on 11/04/2017

Prep

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Dell working hard prepping, thank you !

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Tree Removal

40 acres will be cleared of trees, starting in about 2 weeks, tree line will approximately be 1000' to your left, 700 feet to your right and 650 straight ahead.


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One more picture of our beautiful runway.

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More pictures of the runway

NORTH GEORGIA MODEL AVIATORS

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  • 40 ACRES OF OPEN SPACE
  • 500 FEET TO THE TREE LINE
  • 600 FOOT GRASS RUNWAY, CUT SHORT TO ALLOW SMALL PLANES TO TAKE OFF AND LAND EASILY
  • 175 FEET OF COVERED AREA, INCLUDING CLUBHOUSE
  • THIS FIELD WILL FEATURE A CLUB HOUSE WITH A LARGE PORCH AREA, WITH CEILING FANS, A/C AND HEAT.  (COMING SOON)
  • 7 BAYS ON EACH SIDE OF THE CLUB HOUSE
  • LIGHTS, POWER OUTLETS (COMING SOON) AND PORTA POTTY
  • INTERNET AND LIVE FEED CAMERAS SYSTEM

WIDENING AND LENGTHENING OF THE RUNWAY COMING SOON!

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Runway

Nearly done, irrigation will be installed next week.

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Another view from NE, additional 50 feet is being added to the runway.


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Clearing of all trees in the 40 acre, is in progress and should be competed in the next 2 to 3 months.

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Installing Irrigation Rotors

She might not fly RC planes, but knows how to work hard. Thank you !!!

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Ditch Witch

5 iches per minute, 600' in 4 hours, painfully SLOW, but FUN !!!

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Chris & Shawn

Two Awesome friends helping with 1000' of irrigation plumbing, weather is perfect 65 degrees.

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Done

2 days of hard work.

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Valve Box

Three zones, 6 rotors per zone, wifi controler for easy operation.

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Almost done

Can't thank these 2 guys enough.

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The crew

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Runwy grooming

Richard Barr, super nice guy, brought his tractor and accessories all the way from Canton.

Spent all day prepping the runway and surroundings for this weenkends Bermuda Sod installation. Thank you.

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Pump house

Kenneth hard at work and early in the morning, too

unloading

Work is about to start, on our new Pilot's stations. Richard Barr unloading his heavy equipment.

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Luckily thanks to two of our neighbors, one letting us use his roller and the other his 4x4 , this job was a breeze and fun.

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We were going to push the roller by hand, LOL

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Richard hard at work building Pilot's stations

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Again, HUGE thanks to Richard Barr, for bringing heavy equipment to help us.

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Framing a 5 foot wide concrete walkway down to the runway, which also allows wheelchair access.

Pilot's stations build

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View from the runway

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View from the pits