Saturday, 29 March 2014

Sunshine, Southerlies and Soaring at Booker

Jim's forecast of blue thermals was spot on but with the added  benefit of some wave thrown in which when in sync with the thermals gave extremely strong lift of 8/10 knots and was only capped due to airspace constraints. The visibility improved throughout the day and in spite of the challenging southerly wind there were several soaring flights in excess of an hour and pilots only coming in to land to allow others the chance to enjoy the soaring which went on until late in the day.

Karl Bauer in EBZ enjoying the strong lift to be found around Booker

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