Did I understand that right, that you'll be making one trip as a tour of the four launches? That sounds like a lot of fun.Started packing for our adventure up North... [W]e will be flying at NSL, NCR, SCORE and TNT in the old truck.
If I didn't know better, I'd think that truck belonged to a motor dealer.
Stickers are on. I may have taken a liberty or two.4" AGM-33 Pike waiting for Stickershock order. Crappy picture, sorry. (There's also a Mach 1 Nike rocket on top of my toolbox waiting for paint).
Edit: got my decals. This will be a little stressful.
Same same.... a couple of odd rockets made ready for the QRS launch tomorrow at Cedar Grove, QLD. Apart from the two odd one with C6 motors, will probably only fly 1 or 2 Pro24 6G G145s.Packed for launch this weekend. Added case of ping pong balls for flotation aids in case the rain doesn't let up. Put together an H128, my first high power reload. Hopefully in the next two days, the weather will give me a break and I can get my L1 cert flight in.
Yes, staging out of our place in Red River, NM. Planning is a bitch, with several lists to co-ordinate.Did I understand that right, that you'll be making one trip as a tour of the four launches? That sounds like a lot of fun.If I didn't know better, I'd think that truck belonged to a motor dealer.
Hunted for the problem in one of my electronics designs. No luck so far. Still hunting.
Stared at the last 2 soon-to-be-fillets for my current rocket build.
It was a great day of flying. The Venus Probe is a fun rocket to fly and watch . Will do some more soon. Thanks again for sharing all kinds of info.Met up with @arconhi again for some local flying. I had a great time with good flights on my Venus Probe, Celtic Thunder, Astrocam, Cornered, and a few others. Had some bad luck though with some older stock 29mm BP motors with a blown out nozzle and a failed ejection charger. After that, I disposed of the remainder of my old stock rather than risk more rockets on them. All my remaining 29mm BP motors are post-retooling.