Sunday, 13 January 2013

Before the snow

In contrast to yesterday, today there was hardly any wind and the air was silky smooth, a perfect day for training and sightseeing. The cloudscapes were amazing, with plenty for those who attended yesterday's briefing to practise their cloud identification skills on.

This looked better in real life but you get the general idea.
Later the sky cleared and it got a wee bit colder, and mist on the canopies put paid to play.

Frosty KCZ
We found Clarke Senior and Clarke Junior being very public spirited by the hangar.

Clearing the drains
Paul very kindly gave a demonstration of the correct ratio of workers to supervisors.

'You've missed a bit!'
Aspiring Bronze pilots (and others), be sure to come along next Saturday for the next Bronze briefing, William Parker on Human Factors.

For those wanting more detail on weather forecasting, ask at the office for the book donated by Nils Wedi:

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