The day turned out to be magnificent rocket launching weather with a cloudless sky and the early morning breeze dying away by mid morning. Despite only a moderate turnout, there were 45 launches for the morning. The bulk of the flights were low/medium with 9 high power flights, several longer term members dusting off old rockets that hadn't flown for years.
The most prolific launcher was Mark O'Donoghue who had 9 flights which ranged from his tiny "Lucky 7" on an A10-3 to the largest motor of the day with an I 180 in his scratch built rocket "Midnight Nightmare".
Blake wasn't far behind in the multiple launch stakes with 7 launches to test his 2 new SCR kits. He flew the diminutive "Bug" taking the smallest motor of the day with an A8-5 and going up to C6-5. The "Sand Storm" made 4 flights on motors from E31-6 up to an H163-9, both flying well.
Jeremy made multiple water rocket flights including a 2 stage launch. There were several maiden flights including Warrens "Mr 1" on a G80 and Adams "Velocitas", a Wildman Blackhawk copy on a G54. Warren and Adam also had a Calisto drag race, both on H123 Sparkies and as is usually the case, the winner is still in dispute.
Another great rocketry day.