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    An OK night at Nordic Valley

    What can I say, the snow there SUCKS and half of the already tiny resort is closed. But, it's the best place around for beginners, and I was with 3 of them.

    At least the sunset was decent, and you can't beat the price.










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    Could you bring your drone on the resort and do a activetrack on your kids or something?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jman View Post
    Could you bring your drone on the resort and do a activetrack on your kids or something?


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    That might be a fun idea. I'd have to make sure they stayed clear from the chairlift, but that would be interesting. The hard part about it is, I'd have to be stationary to control the drone, and as the kids get further away, communication is gone, so if I need them to stop or turn somewhere, it's not happening.

    What happens a lot is I'll be filming a person, and they'll be farting around, not doing anything, and the moment I run out of battery and need to return is when they'll decide to take off.

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    cool! at least they are still open. It wasn't looking good there for awhile.

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