Originally Posted by NitroCharged
I went to indoor flying locally here last night hoping for some clear air to try indoor flying with the Sabre but it was Crazytown like usual. Big, heavy EPP 3D shockies crashing into each other non-stop. Bits and pieces flying everywhere... I tried mixing it with them by flying high and staying close to the walls with a Micro Mustang but I still got taken out. So that told me to wait a little longer for my first indoor flight. No use risking things.
I made half a dozen more flights this morning out at the field. Wind varied but did little to interfere with the models flying. Continuous loops, inverted laps and low fly-by's. Mix that with clear blue skies and fun chat about the indoors carnage last night made for a great morning at the field.
At least some one is getting some flying in.. All I'm getting in is yard work..