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Old 06-22-2012, 06:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i know the guys are not supposed to post here but i felt it was important for me to express my appreciation for the lady pilots. there is NOT NEARLY enough of you to go around. Nothing sexier than a lady with a Tx in her hands knowing how to use it. Wish i had one of you!!!!!!
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Old 07-11-2012, 07:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Thanks! I do appreciate the encouragement as a woman. I wish more women flew too so there would be higher demand for girly canopies for my Heli! lol I'm also lucky & fly at a club that is really excited that I'm there. Most of the guys, young &old, encourage me to train proper so I'm a good pilot & not to rush. My hubby of course is the one who got me addicted and I love that we can enjoy this together. I think if more women gave it a shot, they would LOVE it just like I do. Its not easy...and that's what I like about it. I don't get much of a challenge at my job or at home, so having something I have to work at to improve makes it feel that much better when I get something down. Though, those may be just a few moves, especially depending on which heli. Which for the record, I can do forward flight with the MCPX only, I'm now getting a little more comfy with the T-rex 450 Sport, but GOSH I'm so afraid of breaking it. My hubby, I think, wants me to do something to it just to get it over with, but I'm not having it! lol I can do a pyro with it, and hover around 10 feet now. Yesterday I think for the first time I really started to get a feel for it. The only downfall is the T-rex is a flybar & I can tell a big diff from what I can do with the MCPX. I love that little heli! Plus if I break something, and I have many times, its only $10 or so to fix the mcpx.

Well, anyways, thanks for sending the ladies a shout out!
MCP X & Dx6i Today-SOMEday Align Trex 450 (^_^)
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