Airienteering with 13MIKE

by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller

AirLeg 13

1) When overhead “STANFORD UNIVERSITY”, turn towards “HALF MOON BAY” airport

“See those asterixes along the Half Moon Bay coastline and Pillar Point? They refer to rocks - dangerous rocks - man eating rocks - fire breathing rocks -laser guided beam rocks searching for airplanes not holding altitude! The square on Pillar Point is the satellite dish.”

2) Upon reaching the coastline, descend to “1500” feet and turn to follow it northwards

3) If a dot represents 3 points, and a dash represents 5½ points, then how many points is represented by Sausalito VOR's morse code identifier? Go to that AirLeg!

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