WRENS FALL FLY-IN
Wrens Fall Fly-in aka ROC 2014
Friday - Saturday, October 24 - 25
At the beautiful Wrens Memorial Airport (65J) CTAF 122.7.
Most activities will be on Friday and Saturday with the main activities on Saturday starting with breakfast at the Wrens airport at 9:00 AM. You may come earlier in the week if you wish. Delicious grilled hot dogs and hamburgers available on the field all day Saturday. Free admission and overnight camping if you don't need power or water. If you do need water and/or power, the donation is $15 total for the days you stay. Packing-up day on Sunday. Note that if we need heat (LP gas) for any movies that may be shown in the evening, you may donate to defray the cost of the LP gas bottles. Pattern for the asphalt, main, runway, is left-hand pattern for runway 29 and right-hand for runway 11 at 1450' MSL (1000 ft AGL) unless flying an ultralight or rotorcraft which should use 950' MSL (500' AGL). The parallel grass strip will have a right-hand pattern. CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 mhz. Runway lights on from dusk to dawn. Field elevation 450 feet. GPS: N33° 13.36' W82° 23.02'.
Click Wrens Memorial (65J) for airport info. For an aerial photo of the Wrens Airport click on Wrens Airport.
For driving directions click on Wrens Memorial.
FLY MARKET -- Friday, Saturday, October 24 - 25. No charge to display, just bring your stuff and sell for $$$
Friday, October 24: No special plans but there may be a fly-out to view local scenery.
Saturday, October 25: Good ol' Southern Breakfast (eggs, grits, sausages, toast, etc.) in the Wrens hangar around 9:00 AM.
Sunday, October 26: PACK UP AND LEAVE DAY for those who stayed overnight.
EARLY BIRD DAYS
Many may wish to come in earlier for the "early bird days" October 22 - 23. If you do plan to come early please let us know by e-mailing PRA13@jcmservices.net or calling 706-547-3607 and leaving a message if the phone is not answered after the introductory message.
For both fly-ins: For our club members who want power and water, there will be only a few (6-7) power lines on the field. There are also some water hoses available. Because of the lack of manpower and money the fly-ins have had to downsize. Anyone who wants water will have to both help with hoses and also carefully put away hoses before they leave. If you have a motorhome you may run its AC generator day & night.
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Also, Check the PRA Event Calendar