Light wind, blue skies and climbs to 2300m

Pete took our group back to the airport whilst I flew 4 commercial tandems in very pleasant thermic conditions. Autumn does feel like it is closing in, but we are still being served up some great days like yesterday and today. Pete and I alone for the next few days so we will concentrate on getting him over the pass for the first time.

Posted: Sunday, September 26th, 2010 at 19:48 by Steve Ham in Flying Journal.

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6 Responses to “Light wind, blue skies and climbs to 2300m”

  1. Pat Rowley Says:

    go for it Pete!

  2. phil mackereth Says:

    Well we finally made it onto an aeroplane – only a 1 hour delay this time!

    Thanks to all the group for an entertaining week in some tricky flying conditions.

    Paul, hope that little scratch on your leg soon gets better.

    To Puri and Steve, as always the perfect hard working hosts and Peter the relentless retrieve driver, thank you all for the week. You will be ready for a few days rest and some flying for Peter. Please keep the blog up dated with Peter’s progress. We want to hear him getting to Avila and Salamanca.

    See you all again next year

  3. Steev Dean Says:

    Pete, if you make it over the pass, I’ll buy you lots of beer next time we meet.
    Best of Luck!

  4. Paul Feltham Says:

    Who drives the driver?
    Have a cracking time Pete.. just remember to turn your instruments on!
    Phil, I asked a lovely nurse to clean up my leg when I got home.. NHS rocks!

  5. phil mackereth Says:

    Paul, you old smoothy you.

  6. Steve ( penguin) Charlesworth Says:

    I concur with Phils word’s of wisdom.. a great week for me.
    Nice to get back in the saddle and meet people we can have a laugh with.
    The hangover is now gone, and it looks flyable here tomorrow
    Roll on next year for another visit..

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