This isn't a Helicopter related item but "since a large percentage of the Pilots out there we have run across also ride Motorcycles we thought you may want to be aware ofWHO NOT TO BUY YOUR MOTORCYCLE INSURANCE FROM.On June 16, 2005, our bike got totalled along with a few parts of us. Unfortunately we missed out on most of that years fun due to one really bad insurance company (Progressive) and what we have came to know as their slick adjusters.The Big Bang!Did you know Progressive Insurance Sucks Click the link above and we'll show you how we know that!Last Update 2 - 08
Whats was Happening on the Secondary Front LineI guess you can say no news is good news and we really haven’t had any reports to post for quite some time. It has been reported to me "through scuttle butt" that the folks on the other side of the pond in the UK have had 2 shaft breaks in the past (date unknown) on the New style "35mm Rotorway Factory Chain Driven Drive"as well as a Rotorway 30mm Chain Drive.So far we haven't received any "actual" postings or otherwise information on them.
Donna and I haven't been able to pursue our helicopter activitiesfor several years due to some personal injuries to our bodies and our home as well as our pocket books.We had hoped to be back in the air by now but it isn't looking like it's going to happen any time soon
Ipower our former Internet host provider that we had this site residing upon took it down a few years ago because our site was according to them old, out dated, and taking up to much bandwidth so we have no choice but to rewrite the entire RotorwayFun website to bring it up to todays standards (if that possible) lol. Were a lot older and slower these days so this website will be a work in progress for the next year or so as we attempt bring this site back to what it used to be. Many of the links to other people’s websites as well as businesses are gone now so if a link doesn’t work we’ll do our best to fix or remove it from the pages as we go.
Our Apologies for the low Rez images we have on this new site. Back in the day it was common place to compress images down to 60% to save loading time as well as storage apace. Somehow we either lost or nuked all of the original photos so all we have are the ones that we’re on the original web site.
From our home and business located here in Knoxville, TN. (USA). We are experiencing extremely slow loading times on all of the pages we have made so far on 7 of our computers, 2 cell phones and even our Ipad Pro. We’re not sure if we have screwed up somewhere writing the site or if the servers the site are are located on are throttled or maybe just located to far away. At this time we have chosen to host this site with Xara our who makes and supports our website program which is located we think is Germany. The support people say they aren’t seeing any of the page loading issues we see. All of our other websites are written with and in this same layout this same software and are located here in the US on the east coast so at this time we just don’t know what the problem is but we’re working on it so please bare with us.
We have also chosen Not To Make a Mobil Screen Size Version if this site. We just don’t have the time to make 2 other versions so if you don’t have a desktop computer you may be out of luck. Our other websites are written with the same Xara software and all of them seem to work just fine at least on all of our devices
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Xara / Magix Tech Support, this is what we see
It takes 1 hour and 15 minutes to 1 hour and 45 minutes to upload the sitewhether we make a large change just or 1 letter of text correcting a misspelled word.We have it set to only upload changed files but it loads the entire site anyways8-21-18 slowly making progress, deleted duplicate variant pages and most pages are loading faster,set for fast publish it’s still uploading the entire site each time,on an upside it’s only taking 63 minutes.