(June 11, 2011  — Harmon field – Aurora, OH)

Gallifrey flew two successful missions (PLS-30, and PLS 31).  PLS 31 was great, with Gallifrey reaching an altitude of 1422 feet.

Gallifrey on its Maiden flight (PLS-31)

On it’s second flight (PLS-32) Gallifrey managed to fly at least another 100 feet higher.  Parachute deployment was successful, and on the way down, ran across two thermals, which carried it over the tree line, and as such, ended up in a tree.  We will look for it in the Fall after the leaves fall.  There is a chance it will be OK due to its construction.

More info & video later…

(((  )))