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Author: Subject: Baja Runways from Space-Part 3: Ensenada to Laguna Chapala

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[*] posted on 7-3-2016 at 09:31 PM

Quote: Originally posted by fishbuck  
This is literally killing me. I will now not be able to focus on building the most complex flying machines ever built by man here at the Boeing factory.
David how do you expect me to build a over 200 foot long airplane down to the .001" if you keep distracting and making me want to fly to the middle of no where for no good reason other than there being a runway that I want land on.
You're killing me here!
I will cry if Cielito Lindo closes. Even though I have my own runway I NEED Cielito Lindo... for my soul...
It is sad to see it neglected but I don't imagine the trailer trash that inhabits the area these days does much flying... except maybe at Happy Hour.
What in the heck happened?

Sorry about the meltdown. I think I'm slightly crazy from baja fever. This may call for drastic measures like planning a trip. It's time.

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[*] posted on 7-3-2016 at 09:35 PM

You have Baja Fever! A sickness we catch on our first time in Baja, it has no cure, just treatments of return trips there!

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