I don't know if the term "drone" refers to a completely autonomous air vehicle, controlled by an on-board computer, or to a radio-controlled model airplane/helicopter. I wish the media would explain the difference in their reports.
I would be very concerned about the former, particularly at low altitudes in the vicinity of airports. I dread to see the first fiery crash of a large commercial jet after colliding with a "drone".
If "drone" means the latter, it might be OK if they stay away from airports' approach and departure areas, which Federal regulations require. Hell, you can't even fly a kite close to an airport ILS approach without the Feds getting on your case.
Frank and Eileen
No longer RVers or FR owners