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Nov 23, 2014, 09:12 AM
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don't give up

since the beginning, i learned that it is a matter of time-and learning-before i could successfully fly anything. 1st free flight, with hand launch gliders, then towline gliders, then rubber powered, then engines. later control line, r/c.
years later indoor free flight rubber powered. then indoor r/c at the gym.
but with all, the key was: perseverance. takes time to learn whatever you need, to achieve the ultimate goal: to fly your plane.
so, don't give up. the joy of seeing your plane flying is worth the effort.
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Nov 23, 2014, 05:23 PM
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Never give up, never surrender. I agree, it is worth all the crashes and frustration, especially if you are learning on your own - which makes it all the sweeter.

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