|Jan 06, 2014, 03:45 PM|
I didn't register, but some of the WMSS (West Michigan Soaring Society) guys got out here just to say we flew. Laying any sort of a launch line was out of the question and our electric gliders were foam trainers. But we fly we did - in 10 degrees and 10+ wind with poor visibility. "This is crazy!" and "Singing About California" video below.
|Jan 06, 2014, 04:43 PM|
United States, CA, Moorpark
Joined Dec 2013
Late about getting in a reply as I spent the 1st "AND" the 2nd day of the year getting my plane out of the top of a 70' Redwood tree. If I could only count that time in the tree.............AS Walter would say:-Dumb Ass-! pryor to that I only managed 10:24, but the plane will live to fly again. Thanks Merrill
|Jan 06, 2014, 06:34 PM|
Those of you who are fans of Jeff Dunham may be interested to know he used to fly RC Helicopters. I used to fly for GMP and met him back in the 80's when he moved from Texas to California. He also built a Rotorway Exec homebuilt helicopter..
Jamie Farr Klinger from MASH also stopped by for parts once in a while...LJ
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