Posted by monsterofoz |
May 04, 2012 @ 08:37 PM | 1,777 Views
My local R/C group had our 05/12 meeting at the flying field and due to the high winds there weren't any airplanes taken up except my little Stryker F27Q. It seems like this foam plane takes to high winds like a duck to water.
After getting airborne I did a few rolls and loops, inverted Harrier, some slow flying that looked like it was frozen in place, an inverted hyper-spin, and after three approaches to landing a perfect touch down. Has to be one of my favorite airframes!
Haven't been very regular with maintaining my blog, this is the second entry in two years, but have decided to focus on it a little more. Only takes a few minutes to make an entry unless like me - you get sidetracked rubber necking at all the pretty birds along the way. Some of the things I've seen on RCG are remarkable. Doubt I'll ever be that good at it, tho' I can always dream.
Had many career changes Done everything from OTR transport to 15 yrs own & operated a portrait & wedding photography studio. Passed state cert. for EMT & worked 4yrs as a firefighter. Learned how to fly R/C in 1978, been out a while........ I'm BACK!
United States, KS, Iola
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