“For southeast gals….I am having some friends from The RAF over this weekend and welcome all visitor. Some people will be camping out others just flying in for lunch. 7FL7 is NW of Gainseville FL. If you are an RAF member you can register on the website. If not call meÂ 386-235-1447Â orÂ email@example.com.”
You are invited to visitÂ Lazy S Farms 7FL7Â on Saturday, February 8thÂ â€“ by flying or driving â€“ to mix some fun together with building a vision for a new recreational destination.
February 8th, 2014 12:00 PMÂ Â through Â Â February 9th, 2014 12:00 PM
712 SW RASBERRY CT,Â LAZY S FARMS – 7FL7,Â FORT WHITE,Â FL
Airstrip co-owner and RAF member Lynn Gardner has begun work on blending together access toÂ Oâ€™Leno State ParkÂ with revitalizing an oak-canopied camping area and tying it all together with aircraft access to her airstrip.Â Itâ€™s an exciting prospect with much promise.Â It also seemed a good reason to invite interested RAF members to join us, offer suggestions on her plan, and enjoy a BBQ together, perhaps a soak in Lynnâ€™s big hot tub and camp for the night at 7FL7 if youâ€™d like.As we move forward with the project, there will no doubt be plenty of opportunity to draft you for one kind of work party or another.Â But the goals of this â€˜inauguralâ€™ gathering are simple:Â To walk the property, share a bit of the propertyâ€™s recent history, and share an outline of what she has in mind.Â Thatâ€™s where you come in, â€˜cause at the idea stage all thoughts & suggestions are welcome.
The fun side of the event will be an evening BBQâ€¦and Lynn & Mic really do have a nice new hot tub.Â (Bring your trunks!)Â BYOB and bring something to share if you can.Â A restroom is on the premises in Lynnâ€™s new hangar which she & Mic recently built.The turf airstrip is 1800â€™ long x 100â€™ wide, is unimproved and with tall tree obstructions at the west end.Â Pilots land at their own risk and with the understanding that runway hazards can include but are not limited to ant hills, gopher holes and various critters on the runway.Â Pilots should be current in their short field landing/take-off techniques.Â CTAF is 122.9 and please bring your own tie-downs.
Soâ€¦come on over to 7FL7 and help build Lynnâ€™s vision!