|May 07, 2011, 01:36 PM|
Well decided to post a few areas that I fly in.
Obviously the very large next to Parkland College can only be flown in when no soccer or softball games are being held. But the grass areas are find for my Piper Cub to take off and land on. The parking lots have been used for ones that don't do to well in the grass.. Last time out I lost radio control and lost my Clipped wing Piper Cub. But now i have a even larger yellow Piper Cub. It has three gyros on it for amazing stabilization that I use for take off and landing. Or super realistic level flight. The other lot is north of 74 and Mattis ave. It is a housing area that has not been completed for quite a while now. The roads are quite wide, and depending on wind direction, you can choose which road to head out on.
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