I was near sunset today, and i noticed some smoke for off on the horizon. Being semi nosey, I thought hey I can check it out with my H. (Scanner was reporting a brush fire) So off I went, got about 3000 feet out and was stopped by some neighbors asking what I was up to. I let them look at my screen of the fire I was filming. Unfortunately I forgot to check my landmarks in the air, and could no longer see my H. Well I could have seen it if I could have remembered where in the sky I had parked. Thanks to a suggestion by John L, I have a Flytron Strobon STROBON Standalone - Flytron mounted on the front of one of my landing skids. Hit the left stick till the arrow was pointing straight up, and there was the faint red flash. yes I could have used RTH, but I was more worried about where I was other than 250 feet in the air and 3000 feet down range. Since I was able to find my H in the air, I was able to watch the local FD put the fire out, never watch something like that from that kind of vantage point. Moral of the story, make sure you keep an eye out for where you park, very easy to lose LOS.