|Recently Remodeled Accommodations at Camp San Luis Obispo|
|Retried F4 at Camp San Luis Obispo|
First stop was registration, then the mess hall where we filled our empty stomachs. After that, logistics to pick up bedding for Capt. Edwards who had a reserved a spot in an open bay. Next we visited the billeting office, which was closed, but had left my key in the lock box for pickup. I had reserved a room for $49, but was surprised to find that not only did I have a room, but an entire private cabin complete with a fridge, microwave and satellite TV.
|Capt Edwards Briefs his Cadets|
|CAP Fleet Waiting for Fog to Clear|
|Cadets Garza, Lentz and Anguico Rehydrating|
Next we obtained our flight release. We loaded up and headed out, first towards Morro Bay for a peek at Morro Rock, then east over Camp San Luis Obispo, and finally to Paso Robles. A brief stop at Paso Robles to trade seats and then back to San Luis Obispo. Rinse and repeat for the rest of the day.
|Cadets Webb and Shin with 2Lt Choate|
There were 17 planes and 34 pilots and 202 Cadets so 3/4 of the O-Rides were completed on the first day. As such, the next day was a short one and by noon we were heading home.