July 14, 2007

Beautiful Day, But Not For Rockets

I went to the monthly NOVAAR rocket launch this morning, ready to generate some serious thrust. I had two big rockets prepped, but wound up leaving before either could fly due to a family emergency, which turned out to be nothing (and I'm ok with that!).

There's always next month.

Posted by Ted at July 14, 2007 12:48 PM | TrackBack
Category: Rocketry

A family emergency that turns out to be nothing is infinitely better than a family emergency that is something.

Posted by: Victor at July 14, 2007 07:14 PM

Glad everything was o.k.Ted.Sooner or later I'm gonna get to another launch.Been dealing with some health issues recently,one of which also turned out to be practically nothing.Next time I see you remind me to fill you in on Va.Tech's batting average when it comes to competence.Hint:It ain't good.

Posted by: Russ at July 14, 2007 08:04 PM

Many pardons.I meant U.Va.Sorry for the brain freeze.

Posted by: Russ at July 14, 2007 08:05 PM

Definitely good to hear that it was nothing! And just think of the anticipation you will have built up for next month's launch!

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