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Greetings from Canada (New Brunswick)

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Brit in NB, Jan 9, 2016.

  1. Brit in NB

    Dec 28, 2015
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    Just saying hello to all the members of this forum.
    I've had my P3P for about two weeks now but with temperatures of about -5 and a foot of snow on the ground I've been reluctant to get airborne. At least it gave me time to read all the manuals, watch endless videos of how to fly ( and how NOT to to fly ).
    Yesterday the temp went above zero so I had a 5 min flight around my large garden and landed on a 3ft square piece of plywood on the snow surface. This bird is so easy to control - I love it !! May get more adventurous if the weather stays calm enough.
    Was a hot air balloon pilot for ten years - this is different but equal in fun levels.

  2. dirkclod

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    May 9, 2014
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    Amory Mississippi
    Glad to have you aboard Brit .
    Sounds like you up on the plan from what you are doing know and just take baby steps
    till you are comfortable and if you have any questions just ask . Many smart folks here .:)