put up 3 flights, flying veteran rockets using H, I and J power. Tom put up the first flight of the launch, flying his 9 year old original North Coast Archer with a core H128 airstarting two outboard D12s. The airstarts worked perfectly and the rocket landed safely after deploying at apogee. Next, Tom put up his scratch built 5.5 inch "Stud Duck" using an Aerotech I357 Blue Thunder. Again, the flight and recovery was perfect with the parachute deploying right at apogee. Finally, right at sunset, Tom put up Spectra using a Kosdon J450. The boost was impressive and loud, and the Adept altimeter deployed the drogue right at apogee. The rocket descended fast and controlled and the main deployed right on schedule at 250 feet. The rocket landed in waist high corn to the south of the field resulting in 45 minutes of searching as darkness fell. Finally, in near darkness, Tom virtually stepped on the rocket and recovered it in perfect shape. As the "Children of the Corn" gathered around Tom in near darkness, he made record time getting out of the dark and spooky field. The altimeter indicated a max altitude of 2268 feet.