Lake Berryessa Glory Hole Drone Report

It is dereliction of duty that the drone did not fly into the glory hole.

I have visited the Whiskeytown Glory Hole but I didn't realize we had one closer to home.

Which reminds me that I have yet to drop a video camera down the chute and into my building's trash compactor.

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7 Responses:

  1. jwb says:

    I can think of no better application of ten million rubber ducks.

  2. The guide vanes on the Whiskeytown one - are they straight or helical? Can't quite tell for sure from the google but I think straight.

    Helical would look cooler, but maybe they modeled it and found it would decrease flow or open up a portal or something.

  3. Evan VM says:

    If you want to make a day of glory-hole viewing, it's just about an hour 15 out of SF on a low-traffic day. That viewing location is easy to find, when the road is open. That said, it's just a big drain after a few minutes of viewing (we went up the last time it was up over in ~2010 or so).

    At least there's a decent bar also a brewery/winery in or near Winters now to stop at on your way up or back.

  4. Laura Rubin says:

    I'm not even trypophobic but this video makes me incredibly anxious until the part where I can just imagine it's an iTunes visualizer.

  5. David Konerding says:

    it's like looking into the eye of goatse

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