Lost my super bertha and a reload casing at a bandit launch in acton... FOUND the bertha in the Acton pumpkin patch the next day... somebody found my motor casing at the return to Acton launch a week or two later...
THIS TIME, as reported... My Arcas headed for the netherworld.... Thought it was a goner! BUT I got my Arcas back with the spectacular climbing skills of the Lehmann brothers! It landed on TOP OF the rightmost pine near that gigundo house at the east end of the field... Grimsville!
BIG SHOUTOUT to Greg and Mike (not to mention their dad!). I walked out to that pine tree near the big house at the east end... There it was... Top of the tree... WITH my cute release... Thought I was alone... When I turned around there they were! My heroes!
I also want to give a big thanks to Scott Clement who helped me look for my PAC3 that core sampled in the tall grass close to the two white farm houses. I was out there for a good 45 minutes at least and Scott was helping me most of that time. And it was Scott that found it!! I had actually walked by it 3 or 4 times. Scott has an eagle eye, or nose for ejection charge fumes, I'm not sure. But many thanks!!
Today we launched at a field in Marlborough, and got my 4 year olds Paw Patrol rocket hung in a tree. Maybe 30-40ft up. Despite valiant efforts by myself and two of his uncle's tossing a dollar tree soccer ball at it, it was doomed to hang there. Until under cover of darkness I returned with a battery powered LED work light and a baseball on a string. It's back home now and in need of a few repairs, but the baseball on a string will now have a home in my launch go box.