Aloe Vera and Helicopters news

Last Tuesday I had to move my Aloe Vera plant off the heater, as the heater is under the window and the window have been open to cool the flat, so the plant was very cold, probably close to freezing. I felt this might be retarding it’s growth/intellect, so it now resides on top of a cabinet on the far side of the room in the 23 or 24 degree heat of our apartment.
On that heat subject we spoke to our land lord and asked if he could turn the heating down, he explained that the heating is provided by a boiler which supplies all the apartments, ours though is one of the first in the loop… So I suggested that we might insulate our heaters so that the heat is kept in the pipes and passed on to the next apartment.
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The helicopter might not have battery issues, not sure if I said but I thought I had wrecked the battery by letting it get too low on charge (Li-po battery’s are very susceptible to over or under charge) but flying it today it didn’t display all the right symptoms for that, so I am now wondering if it might be the control bored inside of it. I shall email the makers and see what they suggest.

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  1. So pleased to hear some news about Alice (our name for the plant) and Hector (the helicopter) as we were wondering how they were faring.

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