From Wikipedia: “In the early days of the US Postal Service’s national airmail service, pilots had to navigate across the USA by sight alone – a task that bad weather could make extremely difficult. And so a network of towers was built, each bearing a gas-powered light for night-time visibility, and each with a large arrow-shaped foundation designed to assist daytime navigation. Almost all of the ~1,500 towers were dismantled long ago, but a number of the concrete arrows exist to this day” … and we just hunted one down, just outside Albuquerque, New Mexico…and hiked through the desert, new drone in hand…

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26 November 2018
DJI, FC1102