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I didn't catch this young mans name, but he had the most wonderfully finished Frick-n-Frack (with decals he made himself).
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It really was beautiful and flew as well as it looked!
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Tony's Mystic with a beautiful finish puts in a great flight on a B4-4 motor
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That was followed by that beautiful Frick-n-Frack!
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Here she is shortly after boost.  It's hard to tell, with the dark Frack, but it is still all together!
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Booster still burning, she goes for a LONG ride on the C6-0
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Still she boosts, with the sustainer yet to go!
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Houston, we have staging!
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An arrow straight flight, start to finish!  You can see Frick in the lower right of this image as Frack screams to an incredible altitude (well, for a BP saucer... LOL)
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Nearing the end of her burn, Frack begins to arc over to return to earth!
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The Bull's Eye takes to the air!
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Followed by the MTTM doo-Hickey on a micro motor
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From my booth I was able to catch this picture of the Triskelion feeling her oats!
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I am not sure who's this is (or what the name is), but it turned in a great flight!
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This is the one I was waiting for all day... My boiler-plate of a 3-stage saucer tentatively called "Stage Coach" (or Triplet, or Trinity, or Moe, Larry, Curly, or.... (long list... LOL ))
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On B6-0/B6-0/B6-0 she came off the pad nice and straight...
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And climbed at an incredible rate, going arrow straight!
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Here we have 1st stage separation and she continues on the straight and narrow!
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With the 1st stage in the lower left, you can see the next staging event as she finishes her flight HIGH in the sky after a picture perfect flight!

NOTE: She was later flown on C6 motors for a repeat (though much higher) flight.  Watch for this kit in the coming months!

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While I was out to retrieve the middle stage of the Stage Coach, I came across this interesting depression in the snow...
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Here she is, safe and sound.  A simply incredible flight!

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