There just aren't that many GREAT rocket flying fields in Texas; DARS has a great site at Windom and POTROCS has a great site outside Amarillo. Well, add another great site to the list, the HOTROCS (Heart of Texas) site south of Waco. With over 5,000 acres of black dirt (in the winter, anyway), and an 11,000 foot wavier, the site is superb for flying a recovering. The second launch at this site took place Saturday, November 21st, 2002. Conditions were good; skies were clear and temperatures were in the low 70s. The wind was a little high, averaging around 15 but falling off to less than 10 just before sunset. This report covers a few of the flights I saw or participated in at Asa 2, plus a couple of flights from Asa 1, held Sunday November 10th in windy conditions. I'm still learning the names and faces of the HOTROCS fliers, so my apologies if you weren't included. I've got to start writing down some of the names.