With Wednesday instructor Bob away sunning himself in Portugal, it fell to fellow instructor Ged Nevisky to man the K13. The day started off wet with low cloud but this lifted to allow launches to 1200 feet and beyond.
It was decided to fly just the K13 to limit the damage to the very wet airfield and this was kept busy all day. Trainee pilots Jorg Beasley and Carl Andrews made good use of Ged’s time. Good move chaps. Jorg also
flew with me and received an introduction to stalling ( for non pilots this is not as scary as it sounds ).
|K13 about to touch down|
Thanks everyone for a nice day and an extra thank you Mike Gadd who just popped in to check out the electrical fault in the K8 before going back to work, Colin Boyd who was doing some planning for a project yet to be announced ( intriguing ) and to Robin Wilson who spent several hours sawing up wood for the log burner.