So how did every thing go ? ...
Didn't get done working til 630 .. Any pics or info would be super cool .. Next one I'll make sure and get a few days off ..
Went very well. Got a lot of good pictures. Many great prizes to 'choose from'. Lights ranging from $40.00 to $150.00 where given away as prizes from drawings where the winner was able to choose from a huge selection of flashlights on the winners table.
Had a BBQ and some good picnic food, beverages such as colas and beer on hand and of course, all the great flashlight displays and exchange of information and ideas.
Anyone who(m) didn't go sure missed out on a lot of fun and excitement!
Here are just a few of the many photos taken.:
Photo bucket links deactivated by source. Will see about fixing all this. Apologizes.
A very powerful handheld light
A light that just about any light fanatic will want.
NightHawk sits comfortably on back car seat for three hour journey from Portland, Oregon to the Seattle area.
The NightHawk was designed for easy carry and transport in small cars. It also has a powerful 'punch' due to it's size.
The two Night Hawks ready for the night-time picnic fun
The 1,000 watt halogen and 1,200 watt HMI Night-Hawks are readied for action. The 1,000 watt halogen Nighthawk sits in chair because it was made in just two or three days and hasn't been 'fitted' with a stand yet. The quick build of this 1,000 watt halogen model was actually for testing and calibration to examine the performance of the production Nighthawk
being sent to New York's ground zero area to make that part of our nation more secure under it's watchful light beam.
1,000 watt Halogen and 1,200 watt HMI 30" Night-Hawks beams light the clouds at dusk
Seen the two Night-Hawks showing their stuff. One is a powerful 1,000 watt halogen light weight model that can be carried anywhere and the other the brighter 1,200 watt HMI super model lights the evening clouds.
1,000 watt Halogen and 1,200 watt HMI 30" Night-Hawks plus hand flashlight beams seen
You can see the handheld flashlight beam jutting from the person seen just below the 1,000 watt halogen Night Hawk's beam.
1,000 watt Halogen and 1,200 watt HMI 30" Night-Hawks beam shot at dusk with hand light
A small yet powerful hand held light gets involved with the cloud shoot! You can see it on the left.
People arriving for the fun
People arriving for the fun and examining all the fine EagleTac lights. Just about everyone present won a prize which was basically the winners choice of choosing a flashlight ranging from $40.00 to $150.00 value or more! Very generous of the promoters.
1,000 watt Halogen and 1,200 watt HMI 30" Night-Hawks and hand lights compete in the night sky
You can see other flashlights taking over the sky with their bright intimidating beams.
Many other flashlight enthusiast take aim with their lights
Many other flashlight enthusiast take aim with their lights with bright precision.
1,000 watt Halogen and 1,200 watt HMI 30" Night-Hawks plus hand flashlight
Three lights make it to the clouds.
1,000 watt Halogen and 1,200 watt HMI 30" Night-Hawk's plus hand flashlight beams shot
you can see the three beautiful beams painting the night sky.
Beam shot from a block away
The two Night Hawk beams as seen from a block away.
1,000 watt Halogen and 1,200 watt HMI 30" Night-Hawks light clouds
The 1,000 watt Halogen Night Hawk produces a red orange glow on the clouds. The 1,200 watt HMI Nighthawk chops away with it's snow white and turquoise blue tinted cloud spot of light, as seen from a block away.
All the people attending had a great time! Those who(m) had the misfortune of not attending, we feel for yah! Make sure you come next time so you don't get left out. We'll see everyone back at the Barn in September. Date to be announced real soon. Don't miss this one, or you'll be singing the Blues.