by Fred J. Calfior and Douglas W. Miller
1) Turn towards the “San Andreas Lake”
2) Descend to “1500” feet
“Now, you know why we've descended to 1500 feet here, don't you? Sure! That's the deck of the Class B airspace for section B. But you can't even hold this course for too long, because from 7.0 DME and inwards, the deck is at the deck, and just like with a prizefighter, you don't want to be decked!”
3) When passing the “560” foot twin obstruction visual check point, turn LEFT to a heading of “200”
4) When abeam the “San Carlos” airport, climb to “3500” feet
5) Take any VOR compass rose, and from magnetic north, add the next three major compass course numbers that are indicated in the counterclockwise direction. That's your AirLeg.