The prospect of a reasonable day brought out the Wednesday boys out in force. About a third of the launches resulted in extended flights but you had to launch at the right time to be one of the 5 that managed an hour or more. Those of us who launched around 15:00 and able to get there found an energy line, to the west of the airfield, that held pockets of 4+ up or could simply be run along. Highest reported was 3,800′ and still in lift but airbrakes out to stop being swallowed up into the murk. Trevor G took longest flight honours of 1:28 in his Jantar.
With 4 private gliders rigged and 20 people flown we clocked up 36 launches and just under 12 hours flying. The icing on the cake (so to speak) – both donuts and lardy cake on offer for the second week.