Informal Fly-In at LARKS West
Winter flying in South Carolina!
A few of us showed up at Larks West on Sunday 12/6/2015. We even had a quadcopter make an appearance, but unfortunately we didn't see it make a flight. There were about 2 dozen + planes flying.
We had a twin experimental electric ducted fan, James Duke had his electric Habu, recovered in aluminum mylar, plus a host of prop driven jets.
There were trainers, 3-D electric and gas, 3 scale T-28 Trojans, one twin prop Dynam Grand Cruiser, and a powered glider, as well as a P-51 Mustang.
There was even 3 generations of the Jones' at the field. A great time was had by all!
How about these for a contrast in size! On the left is Matt Wheeler's behemoth and on the right is Jimmy Rhodes' tiny Pitts Special
Dave's Sig Kadet Sr. Sport with James' Extreme Flight MXS in the background
Derek and Wayne critiquing our flying skills
Three Experimental designs!
Derek brought his electric twin Grand Cruiser
James' Kalahari Hobbies
Jimmy Rhodes prepping his Chipmunk
Will Jones dazzled us with his prowess flying aTwisted Hobbies F-22
Steve Livingston flew his Precision Aerobatics Addiction
Wayne readying his E-flite UMX Radian for flight
Steve Barber shows off his E-flite P-51. He said it flies like a trainer. Very stable yet acrobatic.