November 30th, 2014
Ever since I wrote about flying R/C planes a little while ago, I’ve been paying more attention to it than I have in years. As I said, some part of it really calls to me, it’s something that I enjoyed a lot back in the day and the more that I think about it, the more I realize that what I liked would be difficult to achieve today, either flying R/C aircraft or driving R/C cars. The world has changed, my situation has changed and what I want, as with pretty much everything else in my life, isn’t really part of the majority desire.
So here’s why it would really be wishful thinking to get back into it, no matter how strong the desire.
November 7th, 2014
I used to fly R/C planes and drive R/C cars a long, long time ago. It’s been many years since I stopped, probably close to 20 years now since I had a plane in the air and somewhat less since I drove a car around a track, but I still enjoy watching it and every time I go into a hobby shop, I get the strong desire to get back into it, even though I know I have no time, nor proper facilities close by. One thing that a lot of people enjoy watching are R/C planes crashing and I came across a bunch of videos on YouTube, but honestly, I have to say that most of the so-called crashes aren’t really crashes. So read on and we’ll explore mass destruction of R/C planes together.