I picked this up from the on-site shop during my son’s last Cub Scout Rocket Jamboree. It’s a pretty simple kit, but I wanted to take my time building it and documenting the process. My goal was to really pay attention to the final finish of the rocket. I’ve been reading several other build logs, and I picked up more than a couple of tricks I wanted to try out.
I’m typing this on my new apple keyboard. (It’s connected to my laptop, I just wanted to get a feel for it before I un-box everything. (Which I can’t do until I get home anyway.) It’s going to take a bit of getting used to, but I am already touch typing on it with about as many mistakes as my MS keyboard.
The whole 2-button-but-really-one button mouse thing is going to take some adjusting, too. seems to work okay, it just doesn’t “feel” right yet.
Last weekend was the Boy Scout Rocket Jamboree. Sunday was the day Cub Scouts and thier families could come out and fly rockets. Squiddo and I had a blast. (hehe) Here are a couple of photos and a video I took of our rockets: