|May 24, 2011, 09:58 PM|
My 6000th post
So I have been on RCG for almost 8 years and this is my 6000th post. I know there are others out there with far more posts then I but I like to choose my words carefully! Or maybe not hehe. I've started 394 threads well 395 when this one posts. I've also racked up a trader rating of 186 and who knows how many total sales.
The thing I can't count are the number of friends I have made both near me and far away. Some I have never met in person or even talked to on the phone. Others I now consider close friends. I also can't count (nor do I want to) the number if airplanes I have built, flown crashed, repaired or otherwise in that short time.
I hope to continue this trend ( well other then the crashing part). I hope to meet many more people and share many more things RC related or not.
|Aug 28, 2011, 03:30 PM|
USA, MN, Minneapolis
Joined Apr 2010
I am in the Twin Cities area, I am new to electric flight, but not new to flying. I have flown for 25 years gas & glow but electric... I am learning the curve. I have the largest problem with the charging aspects. I have a decient charger the Bantam BC 8. I was wondering if you ever get to the Twin Cities, I could spend some time going over charging these birds. the planes I have are all 3 DHS, 47"shp, 55"shp, 57"sc and a 65"vyper I am dying to fly, feel free to give me a call, 651-335-6643 Thanks Stewart Sondak
|Aug 29, 2011, 04:17 PM|
I occasionally get up that way. You might want to get in touch with the MARCEE group. They are an electric RC club mainly based out of the twin cities. Check them out at http://www.marcee.org
The 3DHS planes you have are all nice! I have the 47" Yak, 42" Slick and 48" Velox. I want to get a 55 or 72 SC.
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