Saturday, March 14, 2020

Humanity in general is in difficult times. We are experiencing situations not previously experienced, such as the Covid-19 virus (Corona Virus) that is affecting worldwide. Major international events had been canceled or postponed and some nations had close the doors of their Countries until the virus is contained…

We have been cautious and practicing our sport taking the necessary measures … we hope that this whole situation gets normalize as soon as possible and this virus can be contained and at the same time that it can be cured 🙏…

On Friday, as a preamble to the weekend, Luis Ruiz made a flight in the afternoon along the Aguada and Rincón coast. The winds were entering the NNE at about 12 mph.

Posted by Luis Ruiz Kamikazes on Friday, March 13, 2020

On Saturday, we meet very early. The forecasts indicated that we would have a good morning to fly before the intensity of the winds increased after noon … and so it was …

In Santa Isabel, Gregory Santiago, Carlos Cándido Rodríguez and Alex Diaz arrived on a morning flight. All prepared teams and Gregory and Alex flew the surroundings that included flying to the town of Salinas. CC had some technical problems and was unable to fly.

Alex Launching…

Gregory landing in his Trike.

While in Villa Pesquera Isabela were present, Luis Ruiz, Ted Sowinski, Jimmy Gueits, Alberto Sabah, Randy Tirado and Sao Cruz.

Luis was assisting Jimmy with the control of the paragliding. He started to see ready to try his first “Solo” flight with the paramotor. Stay Tuned …

Posted by Luis Ruiz Kamikazes on Saturday, March 14, 2020

In the meantime, Ted was making adjustments to his paramotor while Alberto Sabah managed to make his 3rd “Solo” flight in his young career. He was accompanied in the air by Berto. Also Luis made a passenger flight to Humberto Aroyoa. He spent months looking to enjoy the experience of the flight!

Berto Garcia launching…

Alberto Sabah 3rd “Solo” Fly…

After midday the winds began to pick up at about 18 mph+. With the arrival of Sao and Randy at Isabela we decided to move to Pico de Piedra Beach in Aguada. Once there, the winds continued to increase the intensity. So, we decided to end the day’s activities. Here are some additional photos of the activities of the day…

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