Wednesday, April 10, 2013
I don't think we've ever seen such nice flyable conditions at Kahana in this kind of super easterly flow before. I guess it's never just a question of what number the sensor is showing - there must be other factors at work to keep the rotor at bay. I mean, away from the bay. Over these last few days we've had sensor readings in the 80s and 90s, and clouds as low as 1,200 feet at times, and somehow we have still managed to fly several super fun downrange missions: three to Hukilau, one to BYU, and others to Laie Point, Hauula, and Punaluu.
Thanks to Scot, Duck, Drew and Larry Mac for retrieves!
Roll call over these four days: Woody, Thom, Bonnie, Maui Tim, Maui Phil, Duck, Drew, JD, John McGuire, CA Spencer, me, Motorhead, Scot, Larry Mac, Steve, Luis, Harvey, and others I must surely be forgetting.
Posted by Alex at 2:42 AM