There was a brief thunder shower leaving Nairobi, but 30 minutes into the flight the weather cleared and visibility became unlimited.
I was glad to see that happen since there were some mountain peaks we had to go between and one we actually had to go around.
It was nice to see the Great Rift Valley that Moses spotted on his flight to from Nairobi to Mbeya. That's quite a scar on the earth's surface.
For anyone who's looking for it, the location is somewhere around S6° 34.00' E34° 21.00', as near as I could tell, using the sextant.
The longitude coordinate is probably more acurate than the latitude coordinate.
The latitude was best guess from DR timing.
Three different sun shots taken about every 15 minutes (blue and green lines) up to the 2 hour flight time reading (red line).
The sextant was accurate this time, which should act as a hint for answering the "Quiz" shot on the previous flight.
No problem, the ADF needle was pointing striaght up as well by that time.
The shot was just for fun at this point.
Rough descent, approach and landing in the Gamma. The quick descent from the mountain to the north, plus the flaps don't slow her down much.
Add a grass field and the beads started forming on the forehead. I almost dumped the egg beaters into dirt while braking to a stop.
Another fun day flying this great adventure created by a great team here at the SOH.
Thanks again folks!