What's that thing in the picture? I'll explain later. We had another great launch in Acton. Without a doubt, the parking situation in Acton makes our launches there much more family friendly. Combine that with some really nice weather (although it could have been less windy) and we had a really good turnout. The last number I heard was 240 flights and we were still flying after that. Besides the usual familiar faces we had some new flyers who have moved to the area from California and Vermont. There are some photos in the gallery but, since a week has gone by and no one else has uploaded anything, you get to look at me and my family. We've been flying in Acton for a few years now and I'll bet you've seen the big stainless steel cylinder at the edge of the field and wondered what it was. Well wonder no more. It's a Hydro Group Air Stripper. It strips volatile organic chemicals from drinking water.
News Flash. Tony just uploaded pictures to the gallery. None of them are of my family. The one of the Fric and Frac drag race is really good.