From an instructors point of view today was going to be a little tricky. Rick and I were going to have to share 1 K13 G-DDMX as HXP was off line for it's annual inspections so maximising the usage of DMX was going to be crucial so that we could meet our training commitments with visitors and club members alike.
|Father and son Geoff and Rob Edge with me and hard working DMX|
|Visitor Chris Girling looks happy to be flying|
|Mike Jardine's view of Tavistock."
"The clouds look a little uninspiring but there was enough energy for some local soaring
Around 4.30 pm or so the forecast weak front made it's appearance with 8/8 cloud cover. This gradually stopped the soaring and by 6pm the rain had arrived which put an end to the flying day. This was a bit of a shame as there was a real desire to keep the flying going of another couple of hours but that's flying for you.
|K13-DDMX launching once again."
"This the after the front had arrived. Notice the cloud cover