|Dear Mr. Flis:
I know that you probably see lots of photos of people with their rockets, but I'm proud of
my son, Joshua Jacobson, and thought that I would send you these two of him and his
This letter came from proud dad, Keith.
With many past projects that Keith enjoyed with Joshua, he would work closely with
his son on one shared project. Upon discovering the Rhino kits, Keith decided to
take a different track by building his own rocket as Joshua built his own, at the same
The idea was an unqualified success. He watched me build my rocket, and then
did it on his own. I did not have to handle his rocket very much at all. I think that the
sense of accomplishment is apparent in the the portrait of him and his rocket.
Keith's letter goes on to say many wonderful things about our
company and our product, and I thank Keith for that. But he then repeats his
beginning comment of "you probably get lots of pictures and
letters like like this...". Well, Keith, I
don't get enough of them. This is so much more than a "kudo" for our
company. Rather it is an example of what rocketry CAN be and what
parenting SHOULD be. You are proud of Joshua, as well you should
be. Be proud also of yourself as you are setting a community example that is clearly
Congratulations, Joshua, on such a wonderful job with the
Rhino kit. Good luck on the Triskelion and all of your future efforts! Below
are the two pictures that Joshua's dad sent in.