Day One: Denver to Oakland

The 803 nautical miles from Denver to Oakland proved to be home to some of the most beautiful landscapes I have ever seen. The view from 16,000 feet was spectacular in color, in formation and in diversity.

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14 thoughts on “Day One: Denver to Oakland

  1. Amelia, thanks for sharing the beautiful pictures as well as, your journey in words. I’m a Flight Attendant for Frontier Airlines, there’s absolutly nothing like flying. It’s such a free experience. I will be following your journey. Enjoy and fly safe. Kim

  2. Amelia all your photos from Day one are just fabulous, I am glad you are sharing your passion for flying with us. We are getting to see some amazing scenes through you. The Nflight cams are great! Good luck and safe travels. Many of us will be following you daily wishing you well and anxiously awaiting your update.

  3. Congrats! On starting your adventure!!!!!!
    Looking forward to the updates and views as you fly across this great country.
    Good luck, be safe
    Take good care,

  4. Dear Amelia
    You inspire me. I think that you are an amazing news castor ( i watch every morning with my mom) but most of all your my role model. From this trip you have taught me to not give up on my dreams and that they are possible to achieve! I hope you had an amazing first day and ill check in for the rest of you journey everyday! Your amazing! ❤
    Ashley Franco
    Littleton Colorado

  5. Great! Congraulations!
    I invite you to come here, in Brazil, over Amazon rain forest.
    I suggest you fly to Fort Lauderdale, FL/St. Croix, Virgin Islands/Boa Vista, RR, Brazil. Then Manaus, AM/Brasilia, DF and finally Rio de Janeiro, RJ. I flew that reverse route to Wichita, KS.
    Do not forget ro record all scenes, please!

  6. Great! Congratulations!
    I invite you come here, in Brazil, over Amazon rain forest.
    I suggest you fly to Fort Lauderdale, FL/St. Croix, Virgin Islands/Boa Vista, RR, Brazil. Then Manaus, AM/Brasilia, DF and finally Rio de Janeiro, RJ. I flew that reverse route to Wichita, KS.
    Do not forget to record all scenes, please!

  7. Funny how the terrain out here in the west turns every pilot into a geologist the first few times they get a good look at the scenery ;-D

    Its simply amazing. Thanks for sharing your adventure with us online.

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