Hello from Delaware

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dmriser
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Hello from Delaware

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Hello,

My name is David, I live in Delaware on USA's eastern coast. I am interested in building a flying water rockets in my spare time because for me it's cheap and fun (i'm guessing some others have more expensive rockets). Here's a video of my first rocket attempt after some tweaking. It's now broken after nose diving into the concrete. Estimated height is about 129ft, but this is just an estimate.
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I have also found a more suitable place to launch the rocket after being surprised at how high it went.
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Re: Hello from Delaware

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dmriser wrote:Hello,

My name is David, I live in Delaware on USA's eastern coast. I am interested in building a flying water rockets in my spare time because for me it's cheap and fun (i'm guessing some others have more expensive rockets). Here's a video of my first rocket attempt after some tweaking. It's now broken after nose diving into the concrete. Estimated height is about 129ft, but this is just an estimate.
[youtube][/youtube]

I have also found a more suitable place to launch the rocket after being surprised at how high it went.

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Re: Hello from Delaware

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dmriser wrote:Hello,

My name is David, I live in Delaware on USA's eastern coast. I am interested in building a flying water rockets in my spare time because for me it's cheap and fun (i'm guessing some others have more expensive rockets). Here's a video of my first rocket attempt after some tweaking. It's now broken after nose diving into the concrete. Estimated height is about 129ft, but this is just an estimate.
[youtube][/youtube]

I have also found a more suitable place to launch the rocket after being surprised at how high it went.

Welcome, David!

It's great to see so many new names and faces coming out to enjoy the fun! It would appear that winter has FINALLY left (for some of you!)
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