Probably was someone on a bus and is now out of the country. They may have tried getting it back at the park HQ. I would have given it to the park , as they have a lost and found. The ticket is still cheaper than the drone, and the pilot could have had a better learning experience for it.Should not have been flown from within the park and should have an FAA number on the outside. Questionable if anyone should help this person continue to fly.
Well that was an expensive first flight! Good for you to try to return it to the owner, OP. I still suggest handing stuff like that over to the park, the owner can get it back eventually, along with ‘encouragement’ to not fly illegally any more.
haha haha.What happened to salvage rights, like ships, gold, space---yeah some day that your space ship bub? Yeah we found it on Astroid A-64-78B last year ...........those? not the drones you'r looking for!! (had too!)
Grey n 4 propellers removable battery. I lived at the east entrance to YSNP, I saw folks every day flying drones n loosing them in trees n geysers even though they're told they aren't allowed. Even gogs n kids go missing alot.I found it on November 6th at the park. if its yours send me the details.
I have a spare. Also the SC... So I’m ready. Ha haTime for you to buy a controller.