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Spring weather insists on pilots being extra cautious! Rain squalls, hail, variable winds! Use caution when relying on automated weather! It my be different where you are actually flying your helicopter! Happy flying!
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An outstanding helicopter safety briefing! Anything to get the "self loading baggage" to pay attention...
https://youtu.be/V9r5zyBeejY
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Annual Northwest Roosevelt elk survey for ODFW. "There's got to be some elk around here somewhere"...
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PORTFOLIO | ART | Skycrane Helicopter Christmas Card

Get yourself a multi-pack of these custom designed aviation Christmas cards for the holiday season at: http://www.cafepress.com/airwaterart/11820509

The Skycrane is sure to be able to lift any size gift into your living room!
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'TIS THE SEASON... to put trees in trucks!
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THROWBACK THURSDAY :
A brief adventure working for Beez following a transmission power line across America with a helicopter. This job involved getting up at the crack ass of dawn, putting on as much fuel as possible (never pass up a gas station with a Hughes 500 by the way), following a transmission line with company linemen aboard, conducting comprehensive inspections with fancy gyro-stabilized binoculars and cameras, next day... repeat.
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11/3/16
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FALL MEANS FIR BOUGHS :
A video look into the world of harvesting fir boughs with a helicopter and longline. Depending on the type of unit and height of trees, we will use anywhere from a 50 foot to a 100 foot line to keep the helicopter out of the tree tops.

For your light lift helicopter service needs, visit : www.ApexHeli.com
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FALL MEANS FIR BOUGHS :
One of the great things about hiding in the woods flying fir boughs is all the amazing scenery in the Cascade mountains. Sometimes, it is good weather, cool temperatures (good for helicopter motors), light wind and diligent customers.

Fir boughs are cut, bailed, bundled, flown out by helicopter and processed in a nursery for use in Christmas wreaths, holiday garnishes and other arrangements.

Usually the best boughs are harvested at the 3500 to 4500 foot level in the Cascade mountains in Washington and Oregon.

Apex Helicopters specializes in production and precision external load services with their helicopters. Visit at: www.ApexHeli.com

(Photo: M. Ward)
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2016-10-31
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