The day started out much more organized. This is a huge event and it takes an equally huge effort to get it rolling. The BRS club really got it going. There were lines and sometimes it took quite awhile to get through a rack.
It looked to me like the attendance was up to around 500. I've heard some of the vendors say that they were selling out of several things like motors.
The away cell was very busy. I lost count of all the M flights. Dutch launched the Marvin rocket again on another M. This time it was the Hypertek M970. His record is still going.
There was an M tetrahedron that was impressive. He made it out of bare wood and didn't consider the Krushnick effect. It was a blaze on the way down and looked like an Apollo capsule as it was re entering the atmosphere.
The M's were dwarfed by several N flights. These were some pretty impressive flights. Sorry, no details here.
One guy has been getting a HUGE upscale Mosquito ready. I don't know the scale factor, but it's at least 12 feet tall. It looks like it has a 75mm central mount and four 54mm mounts.
It was raining bowling balls today. I guessing there was 8 of them. At least4 of them shredded. There was two impressive flights and one that looked real weak. The better balls were shot from a giant tube like a cannon. OK, yes. Mine was one that shredded. It drag separated as the thrust started to die down. It is reparable so she will fly again tomorrow. Thos CTI I540 motors were the ticket. The AT I600 looked authoritive as well but more people went with the CTI motor.