Some Mega days. PB for Peter

During Sunday, our airport day, some flew to the border of Portugal.   Monday too windy, but today onkin bonkin stonkin.   I landed the tandem at 4.15  after winding down at 85km so the passenger,  Ido, whose gliders is stuck at customs, could have a pee and warm up.   An amazing sky ahead, though till then a most powerfull turbulent day.  Mike managed a twist on his Sport 4 in the Ambles valley.   Peter landed with me for his PB.   A day for over 200km on the tandem, and I am sure the 4 R11s ahead will have made near 300km.

The Worlds now getting very close with stress levels rising and too much to do.  Paul spent the day in the office today to try to get somewhere near on track for the weekend.

Posted: Tuesday, June 28th, 2011 at 23:38 by Steve Ham in Flying Journal.

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2 Responses to “Some Mega days. PB for Peter”

  1. Colin Hughes Says:

    Hi Paul

  2. dougie Says:

    Wish I was there!!!! Good luck with the worlds and my M4 arrives in 2 weeks, thanks for all your advice

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