946 Shell Creek

Great flights without drama.

946
Light breeze at surface, 12 mph above 100 feet …. Probably increasing with altitude.
45 minutes air time.
There was thick ground fog and low clouds moving west off shore.
The first few minutes were pretty cool.  The land was only visible through a few small holes and off to the South East the Radio Tower was poking up through the fog looking like it was 10,000 feet tall instead of 500 ft.
The moisture had started to coalesce by 30 minutes after sunrise and when it was time to land, I had no problem descending through the layer and setting down by the wing bag.

I think I’ve finally got past the string of incidents where I was breaking lines right and left.  I don’t think I’ll ever know exactly what the cause was but It appears that I stumbled onto the fix.

Good air, good tunes, and a good time was had by one.

Author: JoeO

Powered Paraglider pilot since 2005

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