More Flying with the San Francisco Vultures

Chuck Taylor's JW carving turns over the Pacifica beaches.

Chuck's mini van doesn't have room for the family.

Neil Morse and his Pico Twin Jet

Is the brushless motor in Neil's SR X-250 is overkill?
Maybe so, but it's a whole bunch of fun!

Dan Whitney's Aero Vintage Mk. IV. This delightful model is powered
with a S-400 motor and the popular Mini-Olympus gear box.

Another view of the Aero Vintage Mk. IV.
Dan is developing a laser cut kit for this design.

Lee Carroll's Zagi has sprouted legs.

Ethan's Zagi and his unique antenna guard.

Newsletter Editor Bob Allen with his Lanzo Bomber.

Dave Johnson launching his DAW ME-163 Komet high above San Francisco Bay

Ralph Vorhees' Lil' Bird drops the high start for another successful flight.

Dave Johnson's Silhouette streaks past in abundant slope lift.

Group flying occurs, weather permitting, most weekend mornings at the Roosevelt Middle School near the Daly City/Pacifica town line. All are welcome, with encouragement and assistance gladly given. The club TG-3 glider has helped many beginners get a good start at this most wonderful pastime.

For more information about the San Francisco Vultures, send an email to or better yet, come to one of our meetings at the Randall Museum in San Francisco.

View Maps to the Randall Museum and Roosevelt Middle School.


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