Days when sunshine and breeze combine on the Bwlch don't come along very often but when they do- make the most of them. The confidence I have in the Harrier is such a bonus and meant that I was happy to have her over 4.2kg for all of the day. The variation in the trough out the day kept on increasing but the joy of sport flying rather than racing is that you can hang around waiting for that thermal to come through- and when it did- wow!
This only increased, with everyone else dropping ballast down steadily I kept gambling. Only the thermal flap kept the Harrier going until that last thermal but it wasn't half worth it! Now for landing, light to no wind and over 4kg of model- she's going to keep on coming. With nothing more than some mud to wipe off I was getting less nervous about the landings.
A great day with excellent company, if only the races were like this.