A trip up to Rattlesnake Ledge recently was pretty generic. The trail was crowded. And at the top, that crowd gathered for the view over Iron Horse State Park with miles of trees off into the horizon.
Then it happened. The drone came out.
If you’ve ever experienced a pesky fly buzzing around your head as you try to watch TV, imagine a much larger, noisier fly zipping around a scenic view … at the top of a ledge with a bit more than an 1,100 foot drop. Sure, drones can capture beautiful, intriguing scenes. But that comes at a cost — your patience, and perhaps safety …
MyNorthwest.com | June 2, 2019