Drones are fun, especially when you’ve retired after over 40 years as a helicopter engineer. That experience doesn’t stop me having the odd disaster though. I’ve had to rescue the drone from the top of our hedges a few times in the two weeks I’ve had it. Being surrounded by only fields means it’s not too embarrassing to crash land it. The nearest neighbours are 1/4 mile away so they’ll never see it. I just need to make a wind sock because once it gets above the protection of the 16ft hedge the wind plays havoc with it. Knowing when there is no wind would be ideal.
Two weeks was too short.
Now back to autumn rain and a high of 12°C.