High Frontier 12 (Pawhuska, OK)

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  1. Sep 28, 2015 #61

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    Here's the one I have right now. I'll post more after I get home from work.

    My 3x upscale of the Scortch from Red River Rocketry on a Loki Research J300 Red

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    Here are the only pics I got. Gotta remember the off button on the GoPro, but I was so giddy after the launch I forgot (had left the charging cable at home too).

    2.6" Satellite Interceptor on an H112J.

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  3. Sep 28, 2015 #63

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    Great showing by Piedmont ARC. You kids flew the heck out of some rockets this weekend. Thanks for letting me hang-out with you. It's a shame the Solar Flare-Up wouldn't cooperate. It was all fun, regardless.

    The calm conditions were almost unbelievable. Rockets were going straight up and coming straight back down both days.
     
  4. Sep 28, 2015 #64

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    I nominate the last shot in that sequence for the Lift-off Picture Hall of Fame !
     
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    Nice to see the Scortch back with some baaad red flame to motivate it. Wow, 43 pads ?!?
     
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    Here's the four catfish I caught out of my pond late yesterday afternoon. When we stocked them on May 1st they averaged 4"-6". These ranged from about 14"-16". No, not rockets, but on the other hand I didn't have to drive a 600 mile round trip either.

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  7. Sep 28, 2015 #67

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    Fantastic Launch this past weekend in Pawhuska, Osage Country, USA. I flew in total 7 motors equaling 10,189.3 newtons.
     
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    These are just a few pics I took. Glad to meet more of the TRF crowd put faces to the names. This launch just keeps getting better every year!

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    Here are a few pictures, From Saturday.

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    It was a fantastic weekend. You can hang with us anytime. Look for the Solar Fare-Up at Distant Thunder.

    Kudos to Tulsa Rocketry group once again.
     
  11. Oct 2, 2015 #71

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    Great launch
     
  12. May 6, 2016 #72

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    Has the date for this year's event been set? My Dad wants to come down from PA for a big launch and trying to decide on this one or AirFest (or both).
     
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    This years dates are September 24th and 25th. I haven't got to launch a rocket since last years HF. Mother nature:facepalm:
     
  14. May 7, 2016 #74

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    Thanks for the dates. Yeah, Mother Nature, kid activities and field issues have held me to 1 HP and 1 L/MP launch since HF. If a launch is going to sustain you for awhile though, HF is a good one.
     

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