Well actually 11Km past El Barco and 4 Km before the Tornavacas "Cherry Tree" valley of no return. Our eventual field is ringed in the photo. Steve is the white glider low down near the road. I wondered why he was landing where he was, but thought it only polite to join him as it was only the two of us left flying. It all became clear however, as I finished packing up and walked across the road to join him outside of a solitary house which turned out to have a bar in it. Great flight and a cold one waiting for me as I stagger across the road, all courtesy of Steve Ham. - Piedrahita Valley
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Well actually 11Km past El Barco and 4 Km before the Tornavacas "Cherry Tree" valley of no return. Our eventual field is ringed in the photo. Steve is the white glider low down near the road. I wondered why he was landing where he was, but thought it only polite to join him as it was only the two of us left flying. It all became clear however, as I finished packing up and walked across the road to join him outside of a solitary house which turned out to have a bar in it. Great flight and a cold one waiting for me as I stagger across the road, all courtesy of Steve Ham.

Well actually 11Km past El Barco and 4 Km before the Tornavacas "Cherry Tree" valley of no return. Our eventual field is ringed in the photo. Steve is the white glider low down near the road. I wondered why he was landing where he was, but thought it only polite to join him as it was only the two of us left flying. It all became clear however, as I finished packing up and walked across the road to join him outside of a solitary house which turned out to have a bar in it. Great flight and a cold one waiting for me as I stagger across the road, all courtesy of Steve Ham.

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