Hello and welcome to the Yankee Flyers Blog, here you can talk about everthing to do with our hobby . You can post questions to get input from others on what works and what dos'nt , what flys and what wont,. Tell us what your building or tell us what your crashing ! I hope to soon have the categories figured out , so look for such things as "Builders Corner" to discuss what your building, different techniques ect. Visit often and try to keep it clean and all age freindly...
THE APRIL MEETING AT THE CHURCH WILL BE THE LAST INDOOR MEETING AND THE FIRST USING THE 6:30 START TIME. I'm happy to announce that the field in Brooklyn is in fine shape for the upcoming season. After the snow melts and rain storms I had to park at the top of the hill and walk down and put up with standing water but it was worth it. Building season started for me in Sept. I scratch built a couple stunt planes and won two kits at a contest raffle. I remodeled a couple others in my spare time. I'm looking forward to the new contest season and I plan on making at least one in NJ. AMA District one news lists two r/c flea markets in April. One in Turners Fall, Ma on April 6 and the other in Bridgewater,Ma on April 13. Meetings during the Spring/Summer months are held at the flying field in Killingly. It's time to get those planes, engines and batteries back in shape. See you at the field.
Leo Trembly has these models pictured below for he has not put a price on them they are at make an offer status at this time for more info or intrest e-mail the club We are now both retired and have wanted to relocate to Fort Collins for several years. As I look at what needs to be moved to my new basement work shop, I have decided to slightly down size the fleet and have the following for sale. I have been flying this since 1995 and it is great on water or land. $325.
2. Lanier Mariner .120. This is strictly water only. No, the Mariner is not under powered. Includes an Airtronics Infinity 660 radio on channel 16, installed and ready to go. This flies like a big pattern plane. It is very responsive without being hard to handle. $350 3. Sig 4 Star 60. Low wing with ailerons. Engine is an OS FS-70 Surpass. Includes an Airtronics Infinity 660 fully installed on channel # 34 and is ready to go. $275. I will be happy to take any of these out and go flying if there is interest.
For the helicopter pilots there is also a thirty by thirty foot helicopter pad;
Only models set up for water will be permitted to fly 2013 AMA required AMA Safety Regulations in effect Flying Time 9 AM till 4PM A boat will be available to retrieve craft We face the west so the sun is no problem. Don't Buzz the beach area to reduce the risk of a crash in the parking lot or spectating area. Members are reminded to fly clear of the buildings in the industrial park. Please do not fly over or near any building.
From the North: Take Route 12 south. As you approach the large bend in the road that goes around Colts Plastic complex the church is on your right. You will cross a bridge with the Colts Plastic complex on the right. After you go around the large bend in the road the church is on your left.
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