|Jun 06, 2014, 11:57 AM|
Post the results of your LSF ESAP activity
Post'em up. Flights, achievements,stories, Levels,tips,techniques,power trains, landings,strategies, etc.
LSF ESAP acheivements from the LSF site.
David Beach Amherst, NH- Level I
Don Harris Westerville, OH- Level I
Preston Heller Wilton, NH- Level I
Ingo Donasch Berlin, Germany- Level I
Merrill Brady Downey, CA- Level I
Curtis Suter Helena, MT- Level I
Thomas Martin Rochester,- WA Level I
July 2014 LSF ESAP update:
Ron Allen, Louisville KY-Level 1
Gordon Stahl, Louisville KY-Level 1
Ryan Woebkenberg, Carmel IN-Level 1
Warren Avis, Franklinville NJ-Level 1
Garry Ogilvie, Knoxville TN-Level 1
Dan Vester, Dewey AZ-Level 1
Alexander Hall, Newport RI-Level 1
Rod Musgjerd, East Helena MT-Level 1
David Beach, Amherst NH-Level II
Thomas David Grafton, MA- Level 1
August 2014 LSF ESAP update
Clarence Ashcraft, UT- Level I
Skye Malcolm, OH- Level I
Jonathan Garber- MT, Level I
Bill Hoelcher, OH- Level I
Larry Jolly, CA- Level I
Carl Theusen, MT- Level I
Raymond Forceno, NJ- Level I
Larry Dunn, WA- Level I
Mark Franzak, N-, Level I
Ed Franz, KY- Level I
Barry Andersen- KY, Level I
im Sneed Cypress, CA -Level I
Ian Glithero Mesa, AZ- Level I
Kerry Cochrell Owings, MD -Level I
David Wrinkle Beavercreek, OH- Level I
Christopher Hanson, Port Townsend, WA- Level I
Gary Fogel San Diego, CA- Level I
Steve Zahm Midland, MI- Level I
Jim Tolpin Port Townsend, WA- Level I
Chris Hawkins Midland, MI- Level I
Randall Jones E. Greenwich, RI - Level I
Larry Jolly Oceanside, CA - Level II
Merrill Brady Downey, CA -Level II
Curtis Suter Helena, MT - Level II
Dan Vester Dewey, AZ - Level II
John Hsu, Glendale CA Level I
Marc Marcum, Anchorage KY Level I
Allen Burnham, Jeffersonville, IN Level I
Don Harris, Westerville OH Level II
Larry Jolly, Oceanside CA Level III
|Jun 06, 2014, 01:09 PM|
|Jun 07, 2014, 12:21 PM|
USA, AZ, Mesa
Joined Oct 2004
How is it that there in a minimum launch height? I remember doing L1 and 2 landings for string launch LSF using about a 100 ft. launch, did I do it all wrong, was I supposed to go to the top of the winch line?
|Jun 07, 2014, 12:58 PM|
|Jun 09, 2014, 05:58 PM|
USA, AZ, Mesa
Joined Oct 2004
I did it correctly.
I used a 400 ft hi-start.
For eSAP I would prefer to use 100m for landing tasks.
I am traveling the country right now, but when I get home I will get started.
|Jun 12, 2014, 10:15 AM|
Sheesh, I thought I could get "Level I" done in one day but it was not to be. I didn't make the five minutes on one flight and missed a landing by a foot on another. I was running low on battery, all those climbs to 200m takes a lot of time. So I guess the next time I get to fly I should finish.
The main goal for the day wasn't LSF but was testing with ballast. The winds were gusting over 20kts and cloudy and I had 14 ounces of lead on board. Fun stuff.
|Jun 12, 2014, 10:39 AM|
|Jun 12, 2014, 10:54 AM|
|Jun 14, 2014, 10:49 PM|
United States, MA, Grafton
Joined May 2006
I got out to the field this morning to fly with some of the electric and glow power guys, and they took a break to witness 5 spot landings and a 5 minute thermal flight. One more thermal flight to go, with 2 weeks before the ALES contest in Rhode Island. I should be able to squeeze that in and get the form postmarked within 2 weeks!
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