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Keenan Smith
Site Owner
Posts: 14

let me get this show on the road


my name is keenan smith

i am 15 years old.

i own and run the DreamFactory and this website

i am still at school and have some exams coming up 

my dream job would be an Airline pilot (for trans-pacific flight)

my dream route would be flying the Pilatus PC-12 into Courchevel airport from all over euroupe 

my hobbies include RC, Skateboarding, Cycling, Swimming, Philantropism and Procrastonating :) 

i am also known as K and prefer to be refered to as such :)


8)

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When flying low and inverted, Down is up... and up is Expensive

and Don't Worry !....... i'll Procrastinate, in a minute :)

January 27, 2013 at 8:45 AM Flag Quote & Reply

Jackson Stein
Moderator
Posts: 6

My name is Jackson Stein

Im 13

I'm part of Team DreamFactory ;)

My hobbies are Music, Playing guitar, Performing and obviously RC

When I grow up my dream job is either being a musician or a pilot.

Thats about it.

February 24, 2013 at 12:14 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Keenan Smith
Site Owner
Posts: 14

thanks for intro'ing yourself J

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When flying low and inverted, Down is up... and up is Expensive

and Don't Worry !....... i'll Procrastinate, in a minute :)

February 24, 2013 at 2:55 PM Flag Quote & Reply

WAGliderGuy
Administrator
Posts: 1

My name is Ethan Pothering

I'm 16

I've been part of the DreamFactory since June 2012 and I will be working on the website

My hobbies are RC planes, full scale flying and flight sim.

When I grow up my dream job will be a Boeing test pilot...but I would settle for anything that is fun and involves aviation!

I play Baseball, football and american football with freinds

April 21, 2013 at 4:05 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Waffleman
Member
Posts: 2

Im Waffleman, But my friends know me as James. You can call me Waffleman. (Actually, you can call me James)

As chief waffle-iser, I eat waffles. And fly planes, helis, and cars (When the ramp is big enough) with waffle logos on them.

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MMMMM. Waffles.

May 6, 2013 at 6:19 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Zlin 242L
Member
Posts: 13

Howdy; 

I'm a full time student studying Aviation Technology at Sault College, flying the fully aerobatic Zlin 242L for my ratings. Eventually, I'll be getting my multi rating on a Piper Semimole. I'd love to be an airline pilot, but I think I'd be happier flying doing aircraft development or as a company test pilot. R/C is largely the reason I am pursuing aviation, and I enjoy sport aerobatics, scale building and flying, float flying, vintage, and have just started in sailplanes. 

Currently on the workbench is a 80" Balsa USA Etrich Taube, a Goldberg clipped wing Cub and an electrified vintage Sig RC Sport. 


Happy Flying! 

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Any landing you can walk away from probably wasn't that exciting to watch.


May 19, 2013 at 11:26 AM Flag Quote & Reply

Keenan Smith
Site Owner
Posts: 14

Hi :D Welcome to the Site.. :D

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When flying low and inverted, Down is up... and up is Expensive

and Don't Worry !....... i'll Procrastinate, in a minute :)

June 8, 2013 at 5:31 PM Flag Quote & Reply

vaghar123
Member
Posts: 1

Really Jimmy Boo from RC groups. Just checking in, hows the dream factory going?

January 2, 2014 at 11:28 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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