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FAA Drone Registration (Starting Dec. 21, 2015) Does NOT Require Make, Model or Serial Number!

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by Anura Guruge


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1. UDI U818A drone a big success.
2. Shane flying drone inside house.
3. Shane Quadcopter Master Class.
4. Teischan’s ‘Flutterbye’ for Christmas.

a. Shane Selling at Halfmoon Lake.
b. Shane aerial pictures of house.
c. Shane at Laconia Airport.

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Click here for the FAA Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS),
i.e., Drone, registration FAQ page.

Extracts from above page.

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As soon as they started talking about this FAA drone registration program, in anger, in the media, last week I noticed that there was NEVER any mention of model, make and serial number. That seemed incongruous. So today I went checking. You can see what I found — on the first image above.

The FAA does not ask for Make, Model or Serial Number.

That is very strange. I have never encountered a product registration that did not want the product specifically identified.

So this is basically a program to TRACK drone OWNERS.

Also puzzled that they do NOT mention Permanent Residents (i.e., Green Card Holders). Permanent Residents can LEGALLY own (and register) firearms in the U.S. So it would be strange if a Permanent Resident can register a semi-automatic weapon BUT NOT a drone! Aaah!

I, always wanting to be on the safe and legal side, checked the weight of our UDI U818As (and yes, we have two). 4.2 ounces + 2.1 ounces for the battery = 6.3 ounces (178.6 gram). So we are well under the 0.55 (8.8 ounce, 250 gram) weight limit. 


American Girl Doll Handcrafted Christmas By Teischan (9).

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by Anura Guruge



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As mentioned in prior posts Teischan, emulating her mother, likes to do crafts and is getting progressively good at it.

Of late she likes to make elaborate accessories and scenarios for her American Girl Doll — Isabelle.

This weekend she started doing this Christmas setup with a tree that lights up! [I need to get a picture when the lights are on.]

The fireplace that she built is in the middle picture albeit obscured quite a bit by the stockings.

At her express request she is getting another American Girl Doll and outfits for Christmas.



Fireplace For American Girl Doll (Isabelle) — Handcrafted By Teischan (9).

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Teischan, emulating her mother, likes doing crafts and is getting very good at it. Of late, on her own volition she has been making accessories and furniture for her dolls — in particular, Isabelle, her American Girl Doll. Check this post for pictures of some of the stuff she has built so far. (Also the pictures above and below.)

This weekend she completed this fireplace — and in case you are wondering those are popsicle sticks that she has collected! Yes, she has been to a fair number of plays and seen set design …

I thought you might enjoy seeing this.



American Girl Doll (Isabelle) — Teischan (9) Makes Her Own Furniture & Accessories.

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She is into crafts and she made all of these — and more — on her own volition without much help from Deanna, other than with the final touches to the 4-poster that required the use of a staple gun. She made the cutest little LAPTOP — which folds and has a keyboard. But she hides it at night and I haven’t got a picture of it yet. I do need to take more pictures.


Yes, I have taken her to the “American Girl Doll” store in New York.
We did that on our way to Philadelphia to pick up the Jaguar XJ8.
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