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Old 06-08-2012, 12:05 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Finally the Big Lama flies the beach - video

Mother Nature is winding down and finally had a calm sunrise and morning. I loaded up and headed to the beach. Man it was nice down there and what a superb killer place to fly!

I edited the part out, but when I got out over the water/waves the air became somewhat fairly turbulent and didn't feel like swimming this morning. (or replacing electronics). This is called the "Strand" (Morro Strand) in Morro Bay, Ca. and is one of the most popular surfing spots along the central coast. I had the beach pretty much to myself along with the seagulls. It's a rather long video, but was having so much fun I just kept flying. This was filmed as the sun rose over the hills behind me. So peaceful and a cool place to fly in no winds. Damn seagulls are big and was worried about bird strikes, but they didn't seem to pay me any mind lol.

It was a beautiful morning on the beach indeed! Best viewed in HB in YouTube. Video is as always in HD (720P).......... enjoy...

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Old 06-09-2012, 05:20 PM   #2
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Very cool. Thanks for sharing

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