What an adventure!

Don, Harry, and I took off from Watsonville, CA and flew single props along the California coast through San Francisco Bay, around Alcatraz, under the Golden Gate and into Ukiah Municipal airport. The weather was poor with light rain and low ceilings.

Don wasn’t paying attention and collided with my aircraft, which forced FS Passengers to get mad at me. He owes me a new plane.

Halfway through our flight, George popped in and somehow beat us to a landing.

Coming into Ukiah proved difficult with 500′ ceilings and mountain tops at 6000′. VFR was impossible and IFR was scary. Luckily, the Sectionals proved accurate and we were able to land safely in Ukiah, nestled securely between two mountain ranges.

It was certainly a fun flight. I hope to do it again, and maybe get some more friends to fly along with us!