Well, this is what you should not do.
Last Wednesday, Rod Winton, (pictured to the left) was flying his favourite aerobatic glider a metre and a half above the ground performing a horizontal circuit of the airfield. But, the aircraft was inverted (upside down) at the time.
Unfortunately, he forget about the small tree in the SW corner and the glider crashed into it.
Being a very good pilot he skillfully crashed the aircraft so that no damage was sustained. This type of manoeuvre requires many years of practice and should only be performed by the most experienced pilot.
So there are a few tricks that pilots should avoid.
* Do not fly your aircraft toooooo far away so it is difficult to see and control. (Stay close to the airfield)
* Do not fly your aircraft toooooo high. (The maximum height above ground is 400 feet)
* Do not fly your aircraft into the 'Restricted Area'. (This is where your car is parked and others are enjoying morning tea)
* Do not fly your aircraft toooooo low, inverted into trees. (We must preserve our trees at all costs)