We were still in the same air as Wednesday, and so we got the same sort of conditions. (Although we weren’t flying Thursday and Friday, they seemed to be a repeat of Wednesday too). Of course, it wasn’t exactly the same; today we had a good flight to start the day, then dead for a few hours, but this time the early afternoon flights were reporting good soaring under the spreadout, before it died again. We thought we’d finished at about 5pm, but then a visitor asked for an extra flight, and Jim decided to use the left-over cable rather than just wind it in. Just then a bit of blue sky obligingly let the sun shine on the airfield and they got away for a half-hour, until guilt at keeping the ground-crew waiting made them land.