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It was only a matter of time....
#1
A-ha!  I've found yet another forum to infiltrate....

Lot's of names here that look vaguely familiar.

A little bit about me....
I hail from sunny Castle Rock, Colorado, but am originally from Colorado Springs.
BAR since May, 2016, when I found a box of my old rocket stuff in the basement.
First exposure to model rocketry - 1969 - visited NARAM-11 as a spectator.
Avid model rocketeer - 1973 -1983.
Ex-NAR member #25180.  Member of (long-defunct) Rocky Mountain Association of Rocketry (ROMAR) section 331
Served as Mountain States Regional Manager of the NAR  - 1979-1983.
CD for several of the HOTROC regional contests - 1980-1983.

Main areas of interest in model rocketry - LPR sport flying; scale, futuristic, and boost/gliders (as soon as a few get built), and writing a model rocketry blog.
http://milehighrocketeer.blogspot.com/

Other interests:   Musician (semi-pro)- electric violin and fingerstyle acoustic guitar, mandolin; Avid hand-tool-only woodworker (Neanderthal), Cartooning, and various other minor hobbies.

Two grand-kiddoes (so far) that will soon become budding model rocketeers.

Occupation:  Electronics R&D Hardware Lab manager for a large, well-known satellite TV company.
"I don't care what they're referred to these days...I'm still calling them 'Igniters'"
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#2
Just trying out the photo thing....


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#3
Welcome! Glad to see you back!
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NAR #100544

"The Guide says there is an art to flying", said Ford, "or rather a knack." 
"The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss."

Launching is Optional... Landing? That Depends on Trees.

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#4
Wow. Cool launch pads on your blog.
John S.
NAR #96911
TRA #15253
MDRA
Level 1, 2014-Mar-15 -- Aerotech Sumo, H133BS
Level 2, 2014-Jun-21 -- Giant Leap Vertical Assault, J240RL
Level 3, 2016-03-12 -- MAC Performance Radial Flyer, M1101WH, 13,028 feet
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#5
(11-22-2016, 01:51 PM)BlastFromThePast Wrote: Just trying out the bathmate xtreme photo thing....

Nice rocket you got there!
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