Just to prove the red streamers showed us up yesterday, here is a link to Jubbs' take off
Good to see the enthusiasm
Saturday was flyable, so our novices proved. Whilst all of us old fogies were standing around they were doing it!
I watched Kadman (Sorry don't know if that's spelled right), the second generation of Bartons, taking off with gusto. He was followed by Jubbs whom I've been hearing great things about. Jubbs was egging Ward on, not sure if he actually flew but he was certainly set up.
Conditions were average SSW with some SW thrown in.
The day was good looking though so here are a few pictures to show off our familiar coast line
If you missed dawn with JOD on Tuesday, come along tomorrow morning - Sunday for another dawn service.
Remember, Merewether Launch will be closed to us from 11am till after 1pm, so get in early - real early!
See you there.
My first edit on the iPad. Transferred from GoPro to iPad via SD card.
This was a light day, as you can see from the number of PGs, but as usual there were resident bubbles to get you higher than the lift band. Still, I couldn't quite make it into the park at Dicko.
On Saturday morning, after our weekend visitors had had to pull the pin at the last minute on Friday evening, Flo & I were wondering what we'd do this weekend, our calendar suddenly cleared. To my surprise, she suggested that I take Saturday afternoon off, and she takes Sunday afternoon off ( i.e., she takes care of the kids on Saturday, and it's my turn on Sunday ) I'd already seen Seabreeze.com.au and picked Saturday as the pick of days for the weekend, so quickly accepted her offer.