Take off: hands of the wheel

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Take off: hands of the wheel

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If you have muscles , you must show them! Please take a good look at the pilot.
Pic was made during the afternoon take off Frisian Flag 14-04-2015

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Gotcha! It took me some time to actually see what was happening. But then it became clear. Good job...

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The aircraft seems to be well trimmed.......or on autopilot! :wink:
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Popeye, the flying man! Toet toet!

Well done, Henk!

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Superb photo!
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During landing of the FF aircraft I noticed something interesting as well:

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Every exercise has its own jokes. Remember the Kermit?

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