Saturday, 1 March 2014

First day of spring

The sunshine brought everyone out today, the launch point was busy until dusk. Amongst our trial lesson customers was Brenda, who at 80 is still enjoying life. She came along with her new husband and his family, they all had a flight, and Brenda trumped them all by experiencing a loop. Just shows it's never too late.

Amongst the private owners, John rigged and flew his new turbo Ventus - his syndicate partner Steve meanwhile was working his socks off running the day's flying.

'Oh no, you don't want to put the tape on like that.'

The sky provided great views all day and ended with a spectacular sunset.

It looks as though the Sydney Opera House has got itself into this cloudscape.

Cadet George demonstrating a good lookout.

LS4 derig sunset

The mud didn't stick to KLA, it was so highly polished, thanks to Vic who has been working hard in the glider workshop helping Robin with annuals.

Gleaming KLA

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