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Cat and helicopters

Got a couple of fun pictures of Tigger with Hannah. Also the snow was settling on top of the wires outside! Never seen that happen before.

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My new helicopter, that Hannah gave me for Christmas, is a Walkera (Cheap┬áChinese┬áversion of a better one made by another company I believe) Genius FP (Fixed pitch) 4ch, which gets some good reviews on forums. It’s only a small helicopter (32grams – my big helicopter is 230grams)), mainly for indoor use, but capable enough to use outside, which I expect that I will do when I get better at flying it. Also Hannah gave me a tiny helicopter (13grams but very compact). I have photographed the helicopters beside a loonie, (The Canadian dollar is approximately 26.5mm or 1-3/64″ ish).

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Also, I have found a couple of time recently that I have needed a knife for some reason, always when I am not at home.. So today was the final straw. We stopped in at Ramacos on our way to Killarney and picked up a small knife which I can keep on my keys, just incase…

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One reply on “Cat and helicopters”

Kept looking for the loonie in the photo and then realised it was a coin
The challenge for Brendan is to get all the helicopters in the air at the same time!
A knife is always handy but I wonder in the UK if the dear old constabulary would deem one to be an offensive weapon if it appeared in public, so sadly my autographed Swiss army knife remains at home.
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