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    Cloudy KSTL Departure

    Figured I might as well show the departure out of KSTL to KDFW:


    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSPqKEL54F0]Click here for a 3 minute video on YouTube.[/ame]
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    Pretty low ceilings most of the day around KSAR. I'd imagine KSTL was the same, as was KBLV.

    Cool shot.
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    Cool video shots on youtube. Your pit is a great example.
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    Thanks for the comments. I just had a great day flying in all that weather and it looked cool on the pit cam so I thought I drop a small part of it here. Thanks again.
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