Wednesday 24th

Another day with a modest turnout of members and this time no one needing an instructor in the back seat.  A little more action on the rigging front with the LS3-17, Jantar and Skylark making an appearance (how does Alan P decide which of his gliders to rig?).  Stiff southerly and cloud base remaining stubbornly at 3,000 all day didn’t make for the most promising of days.  About a 50% chance of getting away but there were half a dozen flights of over an hour.  When Trevor G and Bill C need second launches to get away it’s a sign it’s not easy  Longest flight honours to Trevor with 2:10 in the Jantar.

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