Myself and a friend were enjoying an evening cocktail and stargazing before retiring for the night. my friend made a comments about the number of satellites going over that night, which i replied that those were not satellites. satellites do not travel south to north. i'm sure there is the rare exception(s), but this was in the neighborhood of 25-30 ufos. they all appeared headed in the same direction and were separated by about 45 seconds to a minute, or so. due to the relatively flat terrain we were able to observe them from horizon to horizon. they all were at a relative high altitude but within the atmosphere. at least that is my impression. it took approximately 30 seconds to traverse the open sky, all at a high rate of speed. the last ufo flashed a light, about one second on then one second off, on its entire transit. i made the comment that "that is typical ufo activity. it's trying to imitate an airplane at night." that was the last ufo we saw. my friend must remain anonymous but agrees to be interviewed.