Though weather conspired to cancel the last two attempts to hold a Day of Service to help our friends at the farm, there is still plenty of work they could use a hand with. We’ll be heading out there this Saturday March 28th to help them catch up on planting projects, in the greenhouses, which have been delayed by the rough winter we all endured.
If you can spare a few hours, please stop by. We’ll be there all day. Your contribution of a little of your time will help sow the seeds for a successful season for the farm. They give us so much in providing us an awesome place to fly. Its always great to give back. Thanks!
For those hungry to launch, we are targeting Sunday March 29th for a launch. Everything looks favorable so far. We’ll post a final launch status update Saturday evening.
The contest which was scheduled for March has been postponed until Saturday April 18th.
We hope to see you on Saturday to help the farm gets its season going, and then on Sunday to get ours in gear too! :)
Consulting with our landowner, our planned activities for this weekend have both been postponed due to the thick layer of snow which has fallen today.
The fine people at the farm are behind on seasonal preps due to the harsh weather we have endured this year. They could still use our help. So though our Day of Service is cancelled for March 21st, we do hope some of you if you have a few hours to spare can come on our the following Saturday and help the farm catch up. We appreciate any help you can provide!
We will be evaluating a new date for our next launch opportunity over the next few days. We are chomping at the bit to fly after this long winter which has kept us all grounded. We will be looking to get out there at the earliest practical opportunity, so please stay tuned!
Our club is committed to maximizing flying opportunities this season. In addition to regularly scheduled monthly launches, we’ll have a generous number of bonus launch dates added to the schedule to make the most of the prime flying season once it arrives. Thank you for your patience, understanding and support in the interim.
We have received word from our landowner that due to poor conditions at the farm resulting from today’s snowstorm, the Day of Service scheduled for Saturday March 21st has been canceled. We are still evaluating the status of Sunday’s scheduled launch, but it may also need to be postponed. Please stay tuned for updates. We apologize for the impact of these changes on your plans, but do appreciate your understanding and support.
On Saturday March 21st we will be holding a Day of Service at the farm, Come on out and help us help our gracious landowner. We’ll pair you up with a task you can easily handle. We’ll be there all day.
We do have a launch scheduled for Sunday March 22nd. Though there is a bit of snow in the forecast for Friday, we are optimistic that we will be able to fly Sunday. We’ll have eyes on the field while at the farm for the Day of Service Saturday. We’ll post a final update on launch status by Saturday evening.
Our home vendor Heavenly Hobbies is unable to attend the launch Sunday. However, if you need some supplies, please pre-order via http://www.heavenlyhobbies.com Jose will be dropping off orders on Saturday at the Day of Service. If you can’t attend that day, we can hold your order for you until Sunday.
Our launch scheduled for Saturday March 14th has been postponed due to heavy rains forecast for tomorrow. We are currently targetting Sunday March 22nd as our rain date to allow the field conditions a chance to improve. The scheduled contest is also postponed until March 22nd.
Reminder our re-scheduled Day of Service is next Saturday March 21st. Please come out and help us help our landowner. Thanks!
Due to recent snows delaying seasonal preps at the farm, our Day of Service has been re-scheduled for March 21st. We apologize for any inconvenience this change of date may cause. We do hope you will be able to come out instead on the 21st when our efforts will have maximum beneficial impact for the farm! Thank you for your flexibility and support of the farm!
In launch news, despite the thick blanket of snow on the ground, we are targeting next Saturday March 14, 2015 for a possible launch. We will make some final safety assessments over the course of the next week, but we are eager to fly if there is anyway possible to do so safely. It may end up being a bring your boots and a shovel kind of launch. Stay tuned!
Our club’s spring Day of Service at the farm is this Saturday, March 7th. Its an important day where club members and friends come out to help our landowner prepare for their important season ahead. Its a fantastic opportunity to help your club give back to the great people at the farm who provide us so much throughout the year through the use of their land.
Participating is simple. All we ask is for at least a couple hours of your time on Saturday. We’ll be there all day. Come in your work clothes and we’ll pair you up with a task you can handle. We’ll even feed you lunch. Collectively through our efforts we’ll help the farm get their season off to a good start, and in the process, demonstrate just how greatly we appreciate all they provide for us! Thanks!
With no net improvement in field conditions since last weekend, we continue to postpone our February launch. There will be no launch this weekend. We will continue to monitor conditions and get in a launch at the earliest practical opportunity.
We are as eager as you to get out there and fly. We look forward to providing abundant flying opportunities, with monthly and bonus launches, once the weather breaks. Thanks for your patience and good luck with your winter builds!
Our launch for February 14th has been postponed due to poor field conditions and expected additional snow tomorrow. While any snow on the ground is not alone a prohibitive condition, the current amount of snow and ice present makes it impractical to facilitate a launch and conduct it safely.
We will be re-evaluating conditions ahead of next weekend to see if a launch might be practical then. We remain committed to getting a launch in this month if conditions permit. Stay tuned for updates.
Over this past weekend we were out to check the field conditions at the farm. The field is currently covered in at least a half foot of snow. The access road into the farm has limited access and is icy. This combined with additional wintry accumulation expected this week, make for unsafe conditions and make it unlikely that we will be able to conduct a launch as scheduled on the 14th. We will be monitoring conditions at the farm with the hopes of still getting a launch in this month. Please stay tuned for updates!