Now this is interesting. I saw a low flying C-17 around 12:30 PM. Hard to estimate the altitude. A few thousand feet, in the vicinity of the municipal airport about 5 miles away. Odd. It was flying low as if having just taken off, yet it was going north, the opposite direction of normal takeoffs. I’m always leery of tankers I see. I feel that they may be the planes that do much of the chemtrailing, though, obviously, the ones I’ve seen are not spraying at the time, at such a low altitude. What makes this a doubly odd sighting is the date. I was looking back through my archives to see when was the last time I saw a low flying C-17 in the vicinity of the airport. It was exactly a year ago today. Odd.
7:00 PM. Now here’s something. On my drive home some ten miles east of the municipal airport, I saw a low flying C-17 tanker approach, as if it had just taken off from that airport. I thought that was odd. I didn’t know military planes used that airport. The doubt was removed as I drove further, coming along side the airport and saw another C-17 taking off. Fairly close. And then, after dropping off a passenger near the airport, I saw yet another C-17 taking off. It flew in a long circular path, south, then west, then north. And it did not climb very far before I lost sight of it. Couldn’t have been more than 5000 feet. I was surprised that it flew so low for so long. Now I have seen C-17s in the area before but never this many at the same time, nor have I seen them at the municipal airport before. I wonder what is going on. There is a weather system approaching, one that brought snow to Reno. It was probably a result of engineering. Perhaps these planes are prepping to operate upon this approaching front.
There were chemtrails later in the day. The weatherman predicted storms headed our way. The chemtrailers, they like to spray ahead of weather systems.