Saturday, December 04, 2021 – Isabela, another “Blast” day…

And with a very active climate, we decided to return to Villa Pesquera, Isabela. Flight options were somewhat limited, but there was opportunity. And as they say, the game is suspended on the court …

From Bayamon, the young Katherine Colon and her friend Yashira arrived very early to enjoy their flight experiences. They both had very good experiences thanks to Luis and Ian.

While this was happening, a group of pilots from Team Kamikazes arrived at the activity.

John Black and his girlfriend Debbie
Luis Ruiz, his wife Jessica and children Ian Darrell and Noah Enrique
Ricardo González and his wife Ermelinda
Edgardo Rivera and his wife Wilnelia
Pablo Cruz and his wife Millie
José “Cheo” Román
Alberto Sabah
Ramon Aviles

Right after Katherine and Yashira’s flight, the conditions became too windy to fly. This was used by several pilots and students to strengthen their practice with paragliding.

In the field, there was Cheo, the student Ramón returning to his practices. Also Ian even kiting the paraglider on David Garber’s rock.

Ian showing Skills

Ricardo could not be absent, he not only practiced with the paraglider in the sand area, but also controlled it at the circle of bicycles. And finally, we could not miss the little Noah Enrique, assisted by John Black, Pablo and then by his brother Ian and his father Luis.

About Pablo, he put all of his efforts in made a great practice in the San Dunes with the Small Training Paraglider BGD Seed, and Ricardo was in charge of filming it for future generations. Take a look at the Video that Ricardo took. This is a short version of 2 minutes. The time that Pablo was making the Demo were already 8 minutes 🤣🤣🤣!!!

Ricky, supposedly is Filming Pablo’s Show, 🤣

After some hours practicing, the wind gets down a bit. This was used by Ian, John, Luis, Ricardo and Edgardo to go flying around. This didn’t last long, but at least several of the pilots were able to fly.

Video Prepared by Ian Darrell
Other Video by Ian Darrell..

After mid day, the intensity of the winds rose to about 23 mph +, indicating it was time to pick up. Some of the pilots later met for lunch before returning to their homes.

As always we thank God for all these opportunities that he allows us to live.


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