|Meeting the locals|
|K21 on tow in the distance|
These turned out to be quite big thunderstorms to the north and spreading east from the site creating a bit of a barrier for the intrepid cross country pilots who had gone east first.
|One of the heavy showers|
Everyone got back which required some skillful flying to stay up in some of the dead air behind the storms whilst also avoiding the restricted airspace to the east.
Noteable flights by Denis, Jeremy, Ashley and Steve doing 410k, 278k, 216k, 231k respectively.
|Graham's Petrel always higher than everyone else|
|Harald looking cool at 8,000ft|
|And later, Harald - Landung lange zwei drei|
Klippeneck itself stayed dry and gliders were derigged in fabulous sunshine.
The skies produced some interesting cloud formations and descriptions of what the pilots could see - see if you can see them too and restore their sanity (it had been a long hot dehydrating day!).
|Doug's Camel head|
|Ashley's foreboding sky|