Saturday 6th March 2010

Today started with a sunny blue sky. Wind was 7 knots NNE.

There was lots of early activity as everyone was hoping for wave. In addition to the club gliders, three private gliders made an appearence. Did they know something we did not?

In the event there was some low level thermal activity but no real sign of the hoped for wave.

The wooden spoon must go to Andrew who needed to fly for 30 minutes as part of his Bronge "C" qualification and landed after 26 minutes. Better luck next time. 

Our thanks are owed to visiting instructors Steve Westlake and Stuart Proctor who supervised the flying and undertook a lot of training flights in the absence of our CFI who is busy getting a suntan on Tenerife.

Steve Lewis

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