As I was telling Joe recently, flying a drone in public is a great icebreaker! There's a lot of positive interest by most people who stop you to ask about your drone. Case in point, I met this nice gentleman [Jesse] and his grandson [DJ] while flying my DJI Spark at Evergreen College's water fountain park. Just like some recent strangers in the last week, I invited Jesse to try out my drone. I gave him the 2 minute tutorial on the basics of drone flying. DJ also asked if he could fly it but since I was on my last battery that was about to run out, I invited him and Jesse to contact me via my website in order to schedule another time to learn more thoroughly the fun of flying a DJI Spark!
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