Well I woke up this morning my last week before I go back to work and decided it was time to get My RC helicopter out of mothballs after some 6 months of no use, ( due to treatment ). Over the Park I went with fresh vigour, no wind, ideal conditions for flying, start up checks complete and up it went into a lovely hover,great, the feeling and touch has not left me, then suddenly a toot from the main road and a whistle, I whipped my head to the road for a microsecond,and that was it, all control lost and down to earth in a swift motion came the Heli,bits flying everywhere after it hit the ground at a great rate of knots,a small price to pay for a bit of excitement and laughter. Back to the repair table I go. Dave
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