Droning On and On

I finally got my drone. It is just a toy. So sorry, no HD camera to peek into your window or hellfire missiles to mess up your terrorist plots.


Just something that goes bzzzzzzz and so far is beyond my capability to control. I am going to have to go to a bigger space so I don’t have to worry about it crashing into my neighbor’s yard.


The main issue is that the instructions are incomprehensible. It is like it was written in one language and translated and retranslated into a few more languages to where the end result is incomprehensible.

But have no fear, I’ll figure it out.

I’d love to get a “big drone” one of these days with an HD camera. I’ve seen some incredible footage from the air.

8 thoughts on “Droning On and On

  1. Driller's Place

    At least the trampoline looks like a safe landing zone. I think drones are extremely cool, but I am pretty sure I no longer have the skill set to keep one in the air. And yes, I would need MUCH more room to keep me and my drone out of trouble. Well, practice makes perfect and I know you will figure this out.

  2. Barb

    NOW we’re in trouble! I have a blog friend whose husband takes some fabulous aerials with his. They live in the wide-open spaces of MT.

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