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Post  Kim on Tue Sep 15, 2020 2:54 pm

Hey Tom!

Thank you and in case I haven't said so: WELCOME TO THE C.E.F. !!!!!

Yeah, seems like all my stuff has some kind of long back-story attached, and I try not to go on about all of it, but sometimes still do.

My plan at the moment is to contact a farmer friend of Wayne's that lives close to his house. The guy has a large, nicely mowed lot that would work great, but we're into the harvest season now, and he's covered up with work.

SO...the first chance I get, I'm gonna go ahead and test fly Buster (with video and photos), and have it ready-to-rock when Wayne's daughter can bring him to the farm. He's now 91 years old, and can panic if too much is put on him, so I want his daughter there to be ready to take him home at a moment's notice.

I know what you mean about building speeds. My projects seem to take forever now, where before, a kit would be out of the box and into the sky in a few days---before CA!
But my nostalgia is tempered by the memory of some of my creations coming apart in midair..."rekitting themselves" we say today!

So, they fly when they fly.

Once again, welcome to the FORUM!!!!
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