who: Tim W

Beautiful separation. This rocket flew like it was on a rod! According to the CP/CG spread, it was over-stable. However, I wouldn Just as the Tomahawk is lighting.
The Tomahawk is ready for its maiden flight. And Tim ain I think Tim and Dan truly have a blast doing this stuff!
Tim and Dan help Sam (I think) with his Level II Certification launch. Ho-Jo successfully deployed the chutes. The Main was set to come out at 800 Patiently awaiting the drogue chute to deploy at apogee. These birds coasted what seemed to be at least half of their altitude.
And off they went. The Ho-Jo got to ~5100 feet, and More Lori Okay, I was a little slow on the camera "trigger." Holy Cow did these two make some noise! For the M-powered stuff, the launch pads are 500+ feet away for safety reasons. To the right, you can see Eric
The rubber duckies pose as well... A time to pose before the launch Tim listens for the reassuring beeps that the altimeter is armed and ready to perform it
If the rockets get any bigger, we These bad-boys are stuffed with M-1315 Big Power. Loading the "Ho-Jo" on the rail.
Loading More Lori Tim (58 lb. Honest John) and Dan (56 lb. More Lori Straightening out the main chute prior to packing it in Tim
Preparing to insert the chute. Setting up the rocket on the pad. Each launch needs to register