Saturday is lovely, Sunday less so. By early afternoon the wind can't decide between west or north west. There's a few hopefuls on the hill, Paul heads off to Farthing only to find it hit by the sea breeze, so it's back to faithful Thurnham.
DLGs are the order of the day back on the hallowed turf, and with a 5 strong turn out, there's enough slope and thermal activity to make it worthwhile.
The heat wave has come to an end, the electrolytes are back to normal, but we still have a good chunk of the summer left. So far it hasn't been all that bad with several weeks of sustained south westerlies. Let's have a gander at what's been happening on the hill....
another one of those photos...
that eighties beauty- the Algebra
Eric preps prior to wringing out
yup! it's summer
flat landers get ready to enjoy some contours with their flat landy planes
Martin takes a day off from looking like Martin
Jason's got some nappy changing to do
is that a banana in your pocket or......
nearly done now my little buttercup....
bargain at half (or should that be twice?) the price!
that naughties beauty- the Banana
Gary wonders where it's gone, his audience wonder where it's going
it revels in a burst of glorious love energy sent forth by the gods of hill, wind and soaring.Oh to be in England in the summer time with my plane