NARAM 47 Part 1
NARAM 47 Part 2
NARAM 47 Part 3
NARAM 47 Part 4
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A FlisKits Night Whisper ready for flight
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The Sprint'73 on her 496th flight!
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A shot of the FlisKits and SEMROC booths
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The painted Rock Star on a great flight with a C11-5
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The Decaffeinator on a D12-3 with a foam glider attached.  First flight stalled a lot and I recovered the glider in the short grass.  Someone suggested I add nose weight which I did.  Next flight the glider just kept climbing until we lost sight...
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The Dudley Do-Right getting ready for her first of 4 flights.  I didn't get any good launch pictures, but they are out there and I will post them here when I can.  This is just before we raised her into launch position
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One of SO many people who signed the Dudley Do-Right befor her many flights.  It has become a great memento for me
Photo by Alan Estenson
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Alan Estenson of Hub Hobby Center got some incredible shots.  I will be integrating more of his pictures in this photo album over the next few days.  Here is one of all of us erecting the Dudley Do-Right on the pad
Photo by Alan Estenson
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And we have liftoff!  All for motors burning for an incredible flight!
Photo by Alan Estenson
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Further she goes into the wild blue yonder!
Photo by Alan Estenson
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Here is a closeup of the motor burn.  Man, what you can do with 35mm photography!
Photo by Alan Estenson
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Floating down after an incredible flight, the 16" parachute is DWARFED by the Dudley Do-Right, yet it was the perfect sized parachute for this rocket!
Photo by Alan Estenson
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On the ground with only minimal damage, this we repaired in less than 10 minutes to fly again the next day!
Photo by Alan Estenson
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Now, do I look happy in this picture?  Gee, I wonder why!
Photo by Alan Estenson
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For an 18.5 foot rocket, even a gentle landing can crack a glue joint or two.   Perfect flight and landing on 4 D12-3 motors.
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Steve Carr's Little Joe II on a perfect flight with an F40-4
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A beautiful shot of someone's Tres taking to the air on 3 C6-5 motors!
Photo by Alan Estenson
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An HPR bird takes to the air
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And returns to the earth!
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My son, Joe, gets into it with the building of a Long Overdue kit.
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A picture of Dudley Do-Right with all of the signatures she has received
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A close-up of some of the signatures.  Folks were having a ball becoming a part of this beasts launch!
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Scott McNeely's upscale A.C.M.E. Sptifire. Scott would later cert L1 with this model!
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Gordon (sandman) with is Baby-Bertha/Little Joe II kit-bash.  Very kewl!
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My 13mm "Deuce of Hazzard" with only one motor burning.   The igniter in the other motor was broken.
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Probably one of the most impressive launches of the entire week!  Here the launch crew relax waiting for countdown
Photo by Alan Estenson
Fun by Jim Flis
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T-minus Zero and we have motor ignition!
Photo by Alan Estenson

Fun by Jim Flis
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And we have LIFTOFF!  All motors burning, the most incredible water-loft rocket I have ever seen takes to the air!
Photo by Alan Estenson
Fun by Jim Flis
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Here is the original, untouched photo.  Still a good one, but no where near as much fun LOL
Photo by Alan Estenson
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One of many Deuce's Wild! kits takes to the air!
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Scott and Jim pose with the upscale A.C.M.E. Spitfire
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We had the misfortune of a grass fire that was quickly extinguished.
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By the time the Fire Department showed up, all was under control.  They watered down the hot spots and offered to fill our water containers with potable water.
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The pups at the SEMROC booth (our neighbors at NARAM and very close friends) Gizmo (the brown Yorky) and Beans
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Now, if THIS don't melt your heart, nothing will!
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The FlisKits booth has a moment of quiet in the middle of the day
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As does SEMROC
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Family members from around the country joined Jim and Kathy Flis and enjoyed the launches a great deal!
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Whew, tough to catch, this is our Micromaxx version of the Deuce's Wild! kit called the "Diminutive Deuce" under full burn with a cluster of 2 MMX motors!
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A very rare OverDue kit takes to the air
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A stunningly creative futuristic scratch built model
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Many launches and a whole lot of fun this week so far!
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My naked Tri-Glide puts in a great flight

NARAM 47 Part 1
NARAM 47 Part 2
NARAM 47 Part 3
NARAM 47 Part 4