It certainly makes a change to see cloudy weather here.
Just in time to watch a helicopter lift off and hop along. Thanks to whoever controlled the cam so I could follow its path.
This one also has a controllable camera http://flightcam1.pr.erau.edu/view/view.shtml?id=8856&imagepath=%2Fmjpg%2Fvideo.mjpg&size=1
And now it's stooging about.
I think someone is a novice pilot. It took of from the first circle on the left, after much hivering and hovering and now it's down at the other end. Black and yellow job.
Pilots moving around.
And one just came towards the cam. Another has a rotating blade, ready for the off.
Hi Gary, I like your style..... you and Kyle are gonna get on like a house on fire! :D
Mira Bilis, it's even better when they move! LOL
Greetings Gary! :) I presume it has a lot to do with altitude? I like the helicopters here. :)
Kyle - I know this is an old thread, but I just joined this website. I noticed where you said that it was near unimaginable that there was a lot of snow in Arizona. Are you aware that there are ski resorts in northern Arizona? It also snows in southern Arizona.
oh, on the license , that was in the 60's, just in case you are interested, but I can tell you, its not as nice as one would think, its work, but very rewarding if in peace time
Wow, snow,, ? in Arizona, wow I have been all around Arizona, its near unimaginable for this type of winter weather there
Wow, it takes 400 hours to get ones license for these engineered bumblebees. This looks a lot like a flight school
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