This project took about six weeks to fabricate and test. It is a total misuse of common backyard items such as trampolines and BBQ tanks. It was the first thing I started work on after I quit my Wall Street IT job and moved from Brooklyn, New York to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. I spent a significant amount of time going to Propane shops and completely lying about what I was building in order to purchase all the necessary valves and hoses. At one point I dismantled my electric scooter for the lead acid batteries. The source code is just about 700 lines. I was heavily dependent on the AVR JTAG ICE clone throughout development. The project ended up costing over $1200. Most of the expense was due to propane related items (hoses, valves, tanks, and regulators). A local art gallery in Truth or Consequences, NM called "Rio Bravo Fine Art" was generous enough to provide space for testing. Maker Faire in San Mateo California will be the first public appearance. This device has been tested in winds up to 25mph. Only open source software was used to develop this project. All firmware and circuit related files are free for download.