'Dancing Giants' gives local audience thrills for the first time
The enormous, colorful radio-controlled planes definitely lived up to their moniker as “dancing giants” Saturday at the Radio-Controlled Dancing Giants Model Air Show in Morris.
Each pilot chose his own music soundtrack, and the planes really did seem to dance to the music with their own airborne rhythm.
The hobby airplanes were all “giant scale,” which is half the size of the regular airplanes flown five miles to the east at the Morris Municipal Airport. The show took place in the middle of the country at a three-quarter-mile-long private air strip surrounded by the tall cornfields owned by Ryan and Crystal Cryder.
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