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Reptiglorandrockets Blog

Postby Reptiglorandrockets » Thu Jan 09, 2014 8:02 pm

Hello,

Here at Reptiglorandrockets, we are just a father and son team who loves to build and have fun with water rockets. We first stared out about 5 years ago when we found a water rocket toy at one of our local dollar stores. After a few days of summer fun with our new 'toy', we discovered a growing community of water rocketeers on the Internet. Little did we know that purchase of the water rocket toy would be one of the greatest purchases I have ever done!

I just set up this blog a few months ago so it's not as good as I want it yet. http://www.rrockets.blogspot.com/

On this blog you will see our current projects and a few flight day details. I try to update this blog annually so you know when to check back for updates.


PS: I dont think I added the link correctly. If you don't mind, may you please contact me or correct the mistake?

-Randy
Blog:http://rrockets.blogspot.com/?m=1

Email: reptiglorandrockets@gmail.com

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Re: Reptiglorandrockets Blog

Postby Spaceman Spiff » Thu Jan 09, 2014 9:23 pm

Reptiglorandrockets wrote:Hello,

Here at Reptiglorandrockets, we are just a father and son team who loves to build and have fun with water rockets. We first stared out about 5 years ago when we found a water rocket toy at one of our local dollar stores. After a few days of summer fun with our new 'toy', we discovered a growing community of water rocketeers on the Internet. Little did we know that purchase of the water rocket toy would be one of the greatest purchases I have ever done!

I just set up this blog a few months ago so it's not as good as I want it yet. http://www.rrockets.blogspot.com/

On this blog you will see our current projects and a few flight day details. I try to update this blog annually so you know when to check back for updates.


PS: I dont think I added the link correctly. If you don't mind, may you please contact me or correct the mistake?

-Randy


I think I've seen you launching pyro rockets in a video recently. I didn't know you did water rockets too! I will have to read your blog now!
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Re: Reptiglorandrockets Blog

Postby Reptiglorandrockets » Thu Jan 09, 2014 9:43 pm

Spaceman Spiff wrote:
Reptiglorandrockets wrote:Hello,

Here at Reptiglorandrockets, we are just a father and son team who loves to build and have fun with water rockets. We first stared out about 5 years ago when we found a water rocket toy at one of our local dollar stores. After a few days of summer fun with our new 'toy', we discovered a growing community of water rocketeers on the Internet. Little did we know that purchase of the water rocket toy would be one of the greatest purchases I have ever done!

I just set up this blog a few months ago so it's not as good as I want it yet. http://www.rrockets.blogspot.com/

On this blog you will see our current projects and a few flight day details. I try to update this blog annually so you know when to check back for updates.


PS: I dont think I added the link correctly. If you don't mind, may you please contact me or correct the mistake?

-Randy


I think I've seen you launching pyro rockets in a video recently. I didn't know you did water rockets too! I will have to read your blog now!

Yup, we fly mostly water rockets with the occasional pyro rocket. :-) Both types are fun to fly, it's just pyro rockets are too expensive for continuous flying. We lost a few pyros from the drifting out of site and not being able to locate them.

I hope you enjoy my blog, any criticism and/or support would be appreciated.

Just remember that I have two YouTube channels, the one you most likely seen was on Reptiglorandrockets, not Reptiglorand.


Cheers!

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Re: Reptiglorandrockets Blog

Postby Water Rocket Expert » Fri Jan 10, 2014 12:19 pm

I used to do pyro until it got too expensive.
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