In the two
months since my last post, life has gone on as I am sure you have read in Pat’s
everyday posts, “Chillin with Patsy”. HERE
I continue to
enjoy my hobby of RC model airplane
flying, although it is not the flying I had hoped for. If you remember in my
last post, I mentioned losing two airplanes, replacing one ( which I am still
flying) and having sent a 4 cycle glow fuel Saito engine in for repair do to a
noise it was making.
|This is the plane I bought after crashing two. It is a Leader 480
it in my J3 Cub and headed for the field with anticipation of flying it for the
rest of the winter. After a quart of fuel and adjusting the low speed needle to try and get it to idle, I resorted to resetting the low-speed needle to
factory settings and starting all over following their instructions, to no avail, I had had enough.
|The Cub flying back in Sept. 2020
weekend was our annual Air Show/ Fun Fly, with a night fly on Friday night, the
air show on Saturday and swap meet on Sunday. We had great weather for it and a
good time by all. I should mention that I had brought with me some items to
sell at the swap meet, but a Sig “Somethin Extra” Kit was spotted at our club
house a couple of weeks before the swap meet, so a trade was made. I had one of these years ago as a glow fuel powered
model, this one, I plan on doing electric.
|These three belong to a fellow Canadian from Alberta
|This one from another Canadian from B.C.
|The only one at the show
|Nice electric T-28 with a sound card in it to make it sound real.
I have started a Quartzsite Desert Flyers FB page which you can find and see photos of the weekend there.
It has been a
different winter this year, with temperatures 10 -15 degrees F. below average.
It has been windier then normal and we have had more rain this year then in all
the years put together since we have been coming down starting in 2016. This is not a complaint, just an
observation, still better than at home.
have it, my side of life here in the desert of Quartzsite Arizona. We are 37
days away from starting our trek home, hoping to be back at “The Ridge” around
April 18th. Thanks for stopping by, comments are always welcome.
Until the next time, take care and enjoy life.