no, not alcohol. Last weekend up on Rouse Ridge, literally on top of the mountain, my son and I in his 4-Runner got buzzed. We had noticed a Long-E-Z and another plane playing tag off to the side over Garner Valley. A few minutes later we got buzzed, back to front, by the Long-E-Z. It peeled off and I was impressed by it's performance. A few seconds later the second plane followed and also buzzed us, snap rolled 90 deg. as if to wave then peeled off. They were LOW but it's hard to judge. If I had to guess I'd say 25 or 30 ft. but as I say, hard to estimate. It was low enough we were worried it might hit a tree when it rolled. The ridge we were on was at about 5,000'. Fun in any case. The Long-E-Z was easy to identify, even to a non-aviator. The other was obviously a stunt plane but I don't know what type. It looked like the one in the pic with a bubble canopy.