I flew the Sea Monkey in the winter, not a fun thing to do. Cold, had some wind, wasn't the best time to fly it.
The other night we had a float fly at Fred's house on Crystal Lake. I flew it there, then when I got home I wanted to fly it off of Platte Lake for the first time. So I got my in-house photographer and I headed to the float fly dock.
You will see the Sea Monkey in Flight. My bride got some great photos. She culled these out of the 130 or so she shot.
The red lights stand out more than the green lights. The blue lights on the inside of the fuse don't stand out much. I guess if I had them on 3 cells it would be brighter, but this plane flies on 2 cells, 800 Mah battery. It is not a speed demon, so for me, a nice slow flier and it putts around great. I like to fly low, slow and close, which this allows.
Enjoy the photos.
Thanks for looking also. Just 3 channels and a neat plane.
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