|Mar 03, 2002, 11:50 PM|
San Antonio, TX, USA
Joined Jan 2001
Texas Flyers Line Up - how many of us?
The Michigan e-flyers are having a line up.
They seem to think they are over-represented here on EZone.
They also seem to think Michigan is a "low-density" state!
Good God, they haven't seen West Texas, have they?
How about any Texas flyers out there? What you up too?
Off the top of my head:
David Lilley - kinda owns this site, u'know.
Dalles has DEAF - Dallas Electric Aircraft Fliers.
Houston seems to be a busy area(?)
San Antonio has an indoor flying group (school gym) on the east side.
San Antonio Prop Busters has an increasing eflight membership.
San Antonio also has HOTSS (gliders and electrics), ARCS and River City. I don't know much about the last 2.
I am enjoying the heck out of a big bird version of the JK Big-T. Big-T is helping me to learn how to land using them new-fangled wheel things . Have a Wally Wonder Wing, with a Zagi and a Lowwatt under construction. As well as a few other aircraft.
|Mar 04, 2002, 12:51 AM|
Joined Aug 1999
Bernard, I only work here. Jim Bourke, who also lives in Texas, is the owner.
I fly at the gym occasionally. I am a member, but I rarely seem to have time to make it. Right now, I fly with a group of e-flyers at an unofficial club at Kitty Hawk Ultralight field. We have talked with the field's owner about making it an offical AMA club field, but right now, we only have 3 or 4 flyers.
|Mar 04, 2002, 06:27 AM|
Joined Apr 2001
I know there are a number of Austinites on this forum. I'll consider myself Austin1....I have a lite stick, HOB spacewalker, Hangar 9 Aspire EP, Hanger 9 Endecker, Modeltech Messerschmit 109, and a Wal-mart lear jet $1.98.
Now if we could get the wind to die down a bit....or maybe I need to add a slope soarer to the collection...then I can fly anytime!
|Mar 04, 2002, 10:30 AM|
Flying Electric in the past ten years....
Hobby Lobby Flip
NorthEast Sail Omega HLG converted to electric
Hobby Lobby Smart
Now in Bluecor plane big time, have three 300 size flying, love the stuff, built fast, cheap, light and strong, can try a lot configuration, working on a 300 size canard now, and building a 300 size EDF in my head.
|Mar 04, 2002, 12:43 PM|
Location, location, location.
I didn't know that anyone would admit to NOT being from TEXAS!
DFW Metroplex - Mid-Cities area.
|Mar 04, 2002, 05:43 PM|
Joined Feb 2002
North of Dallas
Just getting started with airplanes
WattAge Mini Max
WattAge Mirage 2000 (haven't flown)
GWS Tiger Moth (building now)
Multiplex Hummel (flown five minutes)
Sig Rascal (building now)
Avistar 40 size glow (haven't flown)
|Mar 04, 2002, 05:49 PM|
North of DFW area; Frisco, which is now a suburb!! (Didn't used to be)
Tigermoth x 2
Electra x 2
Several slimers I haven't flown in 15 years.
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