Flying over Leeton in Easter is highly recommended

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Back in Easter I was flying the Zolvix balloon (VH-ZOV – aka “Sheep Dip”) over Leeton as part of the Sunrice Festival. Held every two years, the event draws people from far & wide for many attractions to see & experience, not least of which is a bunch of crazy balloonists who show up for a relaxed, fun long weekend of social flying.

While at Leeton I was flying VH-ZOV, the Zolvix balloon, aka "Sheep Dip"

While at Leeton I was flying VH-ZOV, the Zolvix balloon, aka “Sheep Dip”

Yet again I wrote about my experiences at the event for the Australian Ballooning Federation’s “Aeronotes” magazine and it was published in Volume 36, Number 2 (June 2014). I’ve posted a copy of the article (“Sharing the Fun in Leeton“) here on the site along with a few photos Kitt & I took during the event.

The Leeton event is a laid back, relaxed, fun social flying event. I highly recommend going there as it’s a beautiful place to fly with friendly locals and lots of non-flying activities to enjoy.

I’ve loaded all the photos we took at Leeton into an album on my Flickr stream (click here to view them all).

Click here to read my Leeton article

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