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Old 12-25-2006, 03:02 PM   #11
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Well i got a Micro mosquito for X-mas and some tools and Cash the mosquito is going to be a blast flying aroundthe house. Looks like 7-10min flying time and 20-30min charge time.
What do you mean , I can land upside down
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Hey All
First off, hope everyone had a good one. Santa dropped off a certificate for a plane ride in either a Stearman or a Harvard. If you are out of province and unaware, these are ride for sale, offered to the public via our Hamilton Warplane Heritage Museum. Being a bit of a by-wing nut, I think the Stearman is going to be my choice. Can't wait.......
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Old 12-26-2006, 07:52 AM   #17
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Hey Mike Sounds like a great present. I love both those planes. Open cockpit wind blowing through your hair.... great choice.
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On the RC Front, Santa brought me (er, my son rather!) a Picochopper.

Funfun fun.

On my front, well...after a few months of complaing about how hard it is to match socks (my only laundry job) because we have so many different styles and sizes, my wife bought about $80 worth of new (matched) socks for me for the entire family.

Fun, no...practical, yes.

We also got a Roomba from the in laws. It has a remote control as well, so I guess I could technically add it to my list of R/C stuff...even though it's really just a vacuum...albeit an automatic one when your not manually controlling it?

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