Posted by Bolio | 08-30-2007 @ 08:11 PM | 6,581 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 | 10,060 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 | 6,881 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 | 11,956 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 | 11,901 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 | 15,582 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.