- Kimberly Harms' "Out of Harms Way" (also featured in the Crash and Burn special issue) - This is a set of tips on HPR flying with a safety angle.
- One of Ed Miller's excellent articles on "Rocket Art Part 3, Color Coats" - Ed wrote a long series for HPR mag, continued in Extreme Rocketry (now out of print), and IIRC is now in Sport Rocketry. I say 'excellent' mostly due to the results displayed. Ed uses airbrushes and automotive paints so much of the content is lost on me.
- A report on Thunder in the Desert Southwest regional Sport Launch 1999. This southern New Mexico launch featured some large HPR birds made from foam and remains an inspiration to this oddroc-eteer.
There is also a fairly long launch report on Tripoli Maryland (before there was a MDRA) by Bob Utley. Several currently active MDRA members are featured, including Neil McGilvray, Dave Webber, Kathy Gilliand, Fred Wallace and, of course, Tommy Higgs and his 'Road Kill Cafe'. Neil was slumming it back then with mere 'K' flights. Dave logged flight 100 on his Tuber. I don't know what Tuber's flight count is now, but it hit 220 flights at this past July's launch! Kathy was already flying colorful rockets and Fred certified Level-3. In addition, then prefect Dave Bullis set history with MDRA's first 'N' flight. This launch was 6 months before I first headed to the Eastern Shore and got my Cert-1.