Didn't appear the wind was going to get much better, at least for a few more months, so decided to stretch the Pro's legs anyway and test my bush pilot skills on the Quad. I didn't video(forgot), however I did a screenshot after the ship hit the sand when I lost signal and received a battery warning, RTH initiated, bird spun around towards home and started ascending and coming home all at the same time. So I was slow on the trigger and snapped at 11,600 ft or so on way back home. I left home point and ascended to ~150 ft for the flight over the frozen lake. Wind was a quartering headwind @ 20 MPH gust to 26.7 I lost the bird several times after RTH initiated but was able to get it back on the remote as it approached the near shoreline and I bled off some altitude to 30 ft or so. Had to land on the ice about 15 ft away from me as the battery was low and I didn't want to attempt a hand catch with a battery issue in progress. I am constantly amazed at the range of these UAVs..... 12000 ft. or 2.277 miles or 3.68 Kilometers @ 170 ft on a 30020G25KT 9SM BKN 027 OVC 034 04/M01 METAR day. Here is a screenshot @ 11600 ft after RTH initiated, bird began ascending and had started back towards home.