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Cross-Country Seminar Offered by PASCO


Einar Enevoldson
Photos above 50,000 feet of Shear Lines in the Mojave Desert.

Dan Gudgel
Recognizing Summer Soaring Weather Types in the Region

Carl Herold
Documenting House Thermals and Shear / Convergence lines in TGB.

Kempton Izuno
A Pragmatic Glider Pilot's Weather Type and Forecasting Kit

Gary Kemp
XC SOARING in the Coastal Ranges and the Valleys of N. California.

Jerry Plaszowiecki
Cockpit Displays Enabling Safe Recreational XC Pilot Decisions

Jim Payne
XC Checklist and the Latest Rules for Achieving Badges & Records.

Bob Semans
Standard Courses in the Great Basin and Northern California Area
Last year the Seminar focused on soaring in 'The Great Basin'. This XC Seminar will build on last years presentations as well as include the unique opportunities the Northern California Coast and Valleys provide for pilots early safe cross country steps as well as long flight opportunities.

Saturday 19, February 2000
8 a.m. - 6 p.m. (Please Arrive at 7:30 a.m.)
$50.00 per Delegate with donuts for breakfast and soft drinks at the breaks

University of California, Berkeley, California, University Avenue Exit, go East from I80
The Physics building 'Le Conte' is the closest bldg East of the Campanille Bell tower
Enter the building form its West entrance, immediately turn right to enter the 200 seat Lecture Room #1

Public Parking S. of Campus. Commercial parking on Durant, Hearst and Channing Streets.

Mail Check made out to:
Carl Herold, PASCO XC Seminar
1230 Riverberry Drive, Reno NV 89509,
Phone / FAX: 775-786-8505

Posted: 2/1/2000 By: General News

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