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This location is one of the most popular sites for radio controlled slope soaring on the east coast. The combination of the steep treeless hill facing into the prevailing North-west wind and the Susquehanna river just upwind, makes for a large, smooth band of lift that makes it possible to toss a radio controlled glider off the bluff and fly for hours. Most windy weekend afternoons the air above the bluff is filled with miniature gliders, along with many soaring birds.
To score this virtual cache E-mail the owner with the answers to these queries;
What is the name of the ''lake'' that lies between the river and Chickies hill?
What type of rock is Chickies mostly comprised of?
For extra credit, What type of aircraft used to be flown here?
(No hints available.)
- 1/4 scale P-51A large Mustang gets its turn
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum