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Friday, 26. March 2021 With an ASG 29 for sight seeing over the Bay of San Francisco translate news

Yesterday the US-American Ramy Yanetz hit the bull’s eye: With his ASG 29 he looked past the Bay of San Francisco! Ramy captured the spectacular views with his iPhone and immediately uploaded the photos after sending his flight directly from his LX 9000 to the OLC.
Post frontal weather had brought the extraordinary conditions. After takeoff in Byron Ramy couldn't resist the tempting cloudy sky and headed west. The Bay Tour lead him over Berkeley, Richmond and San Rafael, where he enjoyed the views over the Bay of San Francisco to the Pacific. The only low point of the flight, which later took him further to northern California, Ramy experienced short before final glide back to Byron. Down to traffic pattern altitude he managed to get back to the last few clouds.
 
16 Kilometer north of Alameda
Bay Tour 
Seen from San Sausalito

 


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