This is a bump and an invitation to one of the longest-running and most unique personal rotorcraft Fly-In's in the USA.
If you are on the west coast this is your one opportunity to see various rotorcraft and join in the PARTY!
See the attachment for more...
Chuck, Doug, and I are leaving El Cajon at 9:00 AM on Friday the 24th with the TriBull in tow. Should be there by 1 or 1:30?
(A TriBull is a PitBull that has been converted to a tricycle gear) Well, at least that is what I named it.
Come see her in person!
Dave Bacon, everyone loves Bacon, is trying to be there on Thursday and help set up.
Fresh off the press...the unedited version of those machines flying slow enough for me to put down my drink and grab my camera (yup, that means the enclosed red (Cavalon?) gyro that was hauling A**s i didn't get any videos of it! It was too fast! Man, that gyro does it all! Fly's fast and slow (I did get one clip of it going slow, which is an unflattering show of gyro that normally kicks butt!
The youtube link is below....forgot my tripod and the sun was so bright I couldn't really see what I was filming, (Dave, as usual, shows the original design can still perform as well as any production model).... here it is, 19 minutes of annying two stroke engines
Well, I'm writing this today after the ending of another FANTASTIC KBFFI! The weather was perfect (even with a close call with rain on Friday) - winds were very light, temperature was extremely comfortable, and we had a GREAT crowd of people come visit with us! I want to thank all of Chapter One who were able to attend and help with the Event. It is a TEAM effort, and we are fortunate to have such wonderful Chapter One members and supporters out there who made this weekend go so smoothly. Thank you to everyone who came out to visit with us and fly their aircraft - whether they be gyros, trikes, powered parachutes, etc. It was wonderful to see people out there enjoying themselves.