Warthog successfully conducted his first build session of the year despite Mother Nature's attempt to ice us in. He provided his signature pulled pork BBQ and a coleslaw that was as good as I've ever had.
He helped set up his plunge router so I could make some rings for my Fat 6" Crayon Bank. I successfully made three 6" rings with 38mm holes in them. Two will hold the motor mount and one will hold a tube with nose weight in it.
Don worked on his big 29mm-powered SR-71 rocket glider and began fixing his POW/MIA rocket. Jim worked on a Semroc kit and tried to convince Don into continuing to convert the SR-71 for RC control (kinda). Don decided that he wants his first RC project to be something that's easier to control. That sounded like a reasonable idea to me. Finally, build session newbie but MDRA veteran Glen came to observe and talk rockets.
I took a vote on whether to use clear fins on my Crayon or go with something odd. It was tied 50-50 but, including Itchy's absentee vote, I guess clear fins it is. Unless something changes. Such as the local availability of Lexan or my mood or whatever.