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Old 10-17-2018, 09:32 PM
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Hello Whizzer and welcome to Wattflyer.

Good job on the solo flying. It is always good when you bring them home all in one piece. Your brain will eventually learn to fly correctly when they are coming toward you, it just takes practice. A slow flyer is best to learn this on because things don't happen so fast when you move the stick the wrong way.

Remember to always learn at least three mistakes high. We like to keep them close to the ground but sometimes the ground gets there before you can correct the mistakes.

You will find that there are a lot of really nice, helpful folks in RC flying. They are willing to share parts and knowledge. They have all been where you are now and want to see you keep in the hobby.

By the way, can John Deere lawn tractors fly?
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