Panel shot with Garmin Aera being used for navigation after losing the Jeppesen database in the Skyview. It turns out that when you pay for and load the Jeppesen database, the US Dynon database must also be purchased and used or the Jeppesen data does not work. So as we began this leg, we lost all of the mapping functions and data. I threw my Garmin in my gear bag at the last minute - glad I did! After landing in Bogota, I got this straightened out and the data is back.
Mountains to the left
Mountains to the right
Lovely Diana arranged a champagne reception for us. It doesn't get any better than that!
Open shed style hangars are all that are available. Andres must wax and cover his plane to keep it looking nice. Everyone who saw the plane wanted one. Maybe I will get to enjoy this flight again someday. Or maybe I will just fly my plane to Columbia, Peru, and Argentina. Machu Pichu is on my bucket list. Maybe we could get a flight of Phoenix together for this one?