, New Hampshire

, United States

Posted on
2020-02-21 21:29:01
“I suppose I spend more time building than flying, and tend to fly more for practical reasons (aerial photo updates of the farm more frequently than the once a year that the US gvt. (ag dept?) does that eventually get posted to Google maps). I never spend as much time flying for fun as I would like, but when I do it’s usually after a day’s work, after the winds have died down a bit, and if I’m going to have time to fly and eat supper the only real option is the few minutes walk through the orchard to get to the hayfield. There’s no cell signal, wifi doesn’t reach even if the ISP isn’t having its normal reliability problems, but between the hill, the mature timber in the woodlot, and the turbines on the ridgeline any manned aircraft below 1500 ft AGL has a lot more to worry about than sucking in a small camera, a couple of batteries, 100 grams of motor, and a couple of pounds of styrofoam and hot glue.”