Mother's Day Flight to Columbia, California


#1

This past weekend for Mother’s Day my brother and I took our family out to a historic gold rush town called Columbia, near Yosemite. This was my Dad’s first time flying in a small plane and my Mom’s second. We even took up our puppy too who somehow managed to sleep for a majority of the flight :D

Initially we were planning to go to Monterey but the fog was still lingering around in the afternoon so we switched to plan B and went to Columbia. Columbia worked out well since a couple friends already flew in earlier in the day. We walked around town, met up with them, then went out for some formation flying.

Here’s a video and some pictures from the last Sunday.

Equipment used:

GoPro Hero 4 Silver
Canon 5D MkIV
Canon 28-135
Canon 70-200


#2

Amazing content as always dude. Well done! Looks like it was a beautiful day. 😊


#3

Awesome editing! Was this your first time formation flying, or have you already had experience with it?


#4

Nice shots! Where did the citation come from?


#5

Amazing video, looks awesome!


#6

That dog is seriously cute. Nice video guys :)


#7

That was a sweet thing you and your brother planned for mothersday. Cute dog


#8

Thanks Matt! Weather was perfect and parents loved it (especially my Dad for his 1st time) so it was a great trip all around!

Still looking to take you up one day, shoot me a text next time you’re in town :D


#9

Thanks! I’ve flown formation a few times in the past for air to air shoots, they’re pretty fun and safe if everybody’s coordinated and does a brief before the flight.


#10

Thanks, it came from so-cal where it’s based


#11

thanks @HawaiianPilot10 @Infinite.flight

we are training the puppy for a non-profit called CCI where she’ll eventually help disabled people if she passes all her exams. she’s changed over the past couple months for sure tho!


#12

I wish I could be @cleipelt.


#13

No problem. Just carious? How did a citation keep up with the mooney?


#14

We were flying a Bonanza not a Mooney. It was able to keep up just fine with some flaps.


#15

Ah apologies! When you think bout it, you don’t realize a piston single can keep up with a jet that has flaps down!