Posted by CSpaced | 09-01-2007 @ 07:49 PM | 11,201 Views
Max that Blog logo is awesome!
Posted by CSpaced | 09-01-2007 @ 07:47 PM | 11,095 Views
Well I went to the heli fly-in at Mooresville this morning and had a blast, those guys but on a great event. I took over 500 photos and now I have to go through them and throw out the junk! I'll post up the pics in the heli forum when I've got them sorted.
Posted by ChrisHays | 08-31-2007 @ 01:15 PM | 6,002 Views
ive notice over on our FG forums ... it has our # of blog entries..im really shocked noone has noticed it yet.... how long do you guys think it will be before someone notices it?

max i really like this blog format ... so far i havent recieved an error nor have i experienced anything out of wack... easy to use.. easy to navigate.. overall very user friendly and top notch as always
Posted by CSpaced | 08-31-2007 @ 11:31 AM | 11,129 Views
Is it Saturday yet?

I dunno what to do tomorrow, should I go to the heli fly in at mooresville by me onesy? Or should I stay at my club field and help out the guys with their helis.....decisions decisions....
Posted by wizard | 08-31-2007 @ 08:07 AM | 11,222 Views
Well the van is packed, I'm ready to go. Waiting for my flying buddy to show up. Then it's the dirve to Dayton.
I'm not ging to be flying this year, but looking forward to spending time with some friends and meeting new ones. What better place than the history soaked city of Dayton. The place where the Wright Brothers turned a bicycle shop into a hanger and lab for creating the first power flight. Just down the road from the Waco field. And, even the grounds of the Air Force musem.I will be back Monday with a ton of photos.
Posted by Boulder | 08-30-2007 @ 08:44 PM | 11,646 Views
Pics of the bird I actually fly at the contest will follow after the weekend. I couldn't get this one flying and trimmed for the event, a buddy lent me a plane, excuses are all gone...his plane flies real good...it's all on me now...
Posted by Bolio | 08-30-2007 @ 08:11 PM | 6,608 Views
OK friends, I have the oportunity to create my first blog so here we go.
I live in Merida Yucatan Mexico, southern part of the country.
I love building and flying planes, more into 3D than nothing else.
Started with contorl line at age 10 and rubber band free flight.
Fast forward some years and in 2003 I found The Profile Brotherhood. I was amazed!!! Finally a non expensive way to try my hand at 3D with the profile planes!!
Since then I have built (and crashed) several planes but finaly I'm hovering and flat spinning my planes at my will.
Along the way I met some of the finest people in the world, and found ways to buy stuff that wasn't available here in my country.
The Brothers have helped me a lot.
So to round up, thanks to FG tl let me share all this with the comunity.
Posted by 3ddd | 08-30-2007 @ 08:11 PM | 10,086 Views
well i have thought it out and i think my winter build will be an Hostetler 35% edge 540t.i have always wanted this plane and i am finally going to have one.i am trying to get some of my building skills worked back up so i can start building a way to retire soon.i was taught by aj lee the finer tools of the trade but he has held over a few secrects i think. i will post pictures when i get back from tucson when i start it from a builders kit form.i have been building since i started in rc in 1963 so i do hold a fair bit of experience
Posted by ChrisHays | 08-30-2007 @ 07:43 PM | 6,904 Views
so when I'm having a bad day at work or something in life isn't going my way..i always grab some foam or a 3d bird and fly it like i hate it.... now thats the greatest stress reliever of all time
Posted by Boulder | 08-30-2007 @ 07:27 PM | 11,982 Views
As of right now, there's not a whole lot going on down here. This is about to change, the weather is getting a little cooler, we can actually spend a few hours outside without passing out.

I have an IMAC contest this weekend, I'll let you know how it went.

c'ya for now!!
Posted by wizard | 08-30-2007 @ 06:42 PM | 11,934 Views
After the weekend trip into KY a couple of weeks ago, my RC skydiver was in need of major surgery. The body box was in pieces after a 200' dirt dive.

Well after two periods on the operating table, for a total of about 3 hours surgery, Lucky lives.

I gave him a few days to get his strength back and he was airborne again. the jump was a success, but the landing was off. He landed about 25 yards out in the bean field. I have worked on the steering lines on his chute and he is ready for another jump.
Posted by madmax | 08-30-2007 @ 05:46 PM | 15,616 Views
Today me and my buddy Brett Bayless (HeyDick on FG) took our brand new DW Foamies BAF Yak out for some flying. Little windy, but had a blast. Tore through about 5 packs before the wind became too much. Good times.