Spark at Dix Park


Only a few of the graves have vertical headstones. The rest of the 900 graves have tiny granite markers that list only a name and date of death, and grass and dead leaves have overtaken some of them. Still, the granite markers – added by a volunteer effort in the early 1990s – are a big improvement from the crosses and numbered aluminum plates used in the past. [Read More Here]

Did a short flight with the spark at the cemetery at Dix Park at the cemetery behind the Kirby building on Umstead Drive, on the western part of the property. There was a little wind (8-10MPH gusts) but the Spark was steady despite being extremely light. More to come as we get more experience flying the little quad.

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