By Willie Bodenstein
From not so humble beginnings four years ago Taildraggers has grown to the premier not to be missed fly in weekend on the aviation calendar. From the moment you arrive at the friendly field you know that this is going to be something special.
The biggest tailly at the event, the Harvard of the Harvard Club that flew 14 flips.
The smallest, the KR2 that was dwarved by everything around it.
The most modern, the Sportsman
The fastest, the Sbach of Johny Smith
The most prolific flipper of the day, the RV9 of Cliff Lotter.
The Atlas Bosbok in the colours and insignia of the “Spikes” Aerobatic Team.
The iconic Fairchild.
Captain Karl Jensen's Cessna 170.
The Locally designed and built Cubby, one of 6 that visited.
Brian Appleton's pride and joy, the Chipmunk.
And Neill Terblanche's award winning RV4
Johny Smith and daughter with brother Corrie.
Marcell Griffion and his Pipistrel Sinus.
Muntie and Dad Thys Basson and their Piper Cub replica.
Stefan (center) and family with some of the Kitplanes for Africa staff and Shane (left), a proud Bushbaby owner.
Jonty Esser and ten year old son Christopher who won the Fun Rally. Christopher identified 8 out of the ten photos.
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