Saturday, April 27, 2019

What happens when we have an excellent climate and many pilots eager to fly?

Well happens that we have an excellent activity pulling to be historical!!!. We started by mentioning that the original plans were to meet in the North Park of Hatillo. But due to commitments that the Park had with the inauguration of his Board Walk, we had to move at the last minute to Villa Pesquera of Isabela.

This turned out to be a wise decision for all those who could meet in Isabela since the weather conditions were excellent (and better than in Hatillo).

We had Full House of members of Team Kamikazes and their families:

Pablo Cruz and his wife Millie
Eduardo Pabon and his wife Esther
Luis Ruiz, his wife Jessica and children Ian Darrell and Noah Enrique
Chey Sánchez and his wife Arlene
Ricardo González and his wife Ermelinda
Michael Diaz and his father Papo
Alex Diaz
Antonio Aria
Berto García
Robert Rodríguez
Gregory Santiago
Juan Carlos Correa
Omar Román
Radames Tirado
Fernan Lassalle
Iván Torres
Ewell Young (Possible new student of the Team)

The clear sky and the soft breeze prevailed during the morning. The pilots, Eduardo, Antonio, Omar, Berto, Chey, Pablo and Ian were the first to go flying. In the meantime the rest of the pilots arrived at the activity. Ian was premiering the new Fly Products Rider Atom80 paramotor. HeI was very impressed with it. Indicating that it was even the best paramotor that he had flown!!! 😯

Posted by Luis Ruiz Kamikazes on Saturday, April 27, 2019

As the hours passed, the members of Team Kamikazes still arriving. Radames, Ricardo, and Alex stayed in the take-off area practicing with their paragliders. We are seeing that Radames will soon be ready to try his first “solo” flight. While Alex continues recovering from an injury and we see him in better physical condition. Then, Ricardo have his birthday today. So, after some practices and few attempts to take off, he simply stayed in the tents enjoying his day. There he helped with some fix in Robert Rodriguez Paramotor.

What Ricardo did not knew, is that his wife Ermelinda, with the help of Jessica, had prepared a small party with our community of pilots. In the afternoon, we have an excellent time enjoying the cake and food with Ricardo 🎂. Congratulations!!!

With the arrival of JC and Gregory, there were quickly “Cross flight” plans. The route was to go East until arrive to  Hatillo and a little more, as far as gasoline would allow. What we did not knew is that Eduardo Pabon had left early all the way and had arrived in Hatillo on his morning flight. And once landed he returned to sign up for the crossing with the bunch of pilots😯. His Paramotor with Corsair Black Devil Sport engine working great for hours and hours.

Posted by Luis Ruiz Kamikazes on Saturday, April 27, 2019

At about 1 PM the pilots, Chey, JC, Grego, Pablo, Ian Darrell, Luis, Antonio, Berto, Eduardo and Michael left on the journey to Hatillo. Nine (9) pilots flying together for all that beautiful coast. Arriving at Guajataca Luis had to turn around due to compromises with a student who had arrived to the shelter. The rest of the pilots continued their course to Hatillo, and some continued until the adjoining of Arecibo.

👉Eduardo Pabon flying over the Cliff in Quebradillas👈

👉Gregory Santiago flying together in the Cross👈

Upon returning, Luis took the opportunity to give a couple of low-altitude Towing flights to Radames, who were practicing with the help of Alex. Later Luis made a Tandem fly to his wife Jessica in the process of her first “solo” fly. To be continued…

At dusk, we made another “Cross” flight, this time heading west all the way to Villa Montaña and the border with Aguadilla. The pilots of this adventure were JC, Gregory, Luis, Antonio, Eduardo, Michael and Berto. With so many people on the beaches of the coast, the adventure was simply spectacular.

To finish, some of the pilots ending up having dinner together. It was a great day and as always we thank God for that 🙂.

Here we present photos and short videos that best express what lived in the day.

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