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Boulder - Santa Fe Out and Return July 4, 2011 Pedja Bogdanovich 011
Overview Background Weather for the day Flight trace replay Flight stats Long flight considerations
Background “Default” 1000 km O/R out of BDU New glider Day before was a good day
Weather for the day General forecast – Hot Blip Map – Good lift – No chance of OD Cold front coming – Trough Monsoon season
Flight Overview Started (relatively) late, launched ~10:30 First leg straightforward Turned Santa Fe ~2:15 Day dying half-way on the way back Too much N BDU, landed at EIK ~6:30
Takeoff ~10:30, Santa Fe ~2:15, finish ~6, land ~6:30 (7½ hrs for the task) OLC distance 141 kph Stats
Long Flight Considerations Key factors – Preparation plan physical & mental endurance equipment: everything working – Start early – Shift gears – Stay connected => Go fast
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