Eye in the Sky - June 2024

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Fri 21 Jun 2024

Report from the Jurassic Coast

   
It was an early start but we still had to wait almost and before taking off.
Nearly 2 hours of flying down to Charmouth and back.
Congrats to Jacek for his first down to Charmouth.
Mon 17 Jun 2024

Report from the Jurrasic Coast

   
Shame there were no ice creams. Nonetheless a good day westwards. Surprised by how few there were.
A good day by a Wessex Posse and fun was had by all.
Wed 12 Jun 2024

Report from Bell Hill

   
A great day of thermalling a couple went XC and other did a Waypoint collection.
Good to be in the air on a reasonable day, many there.
Thu 6 Jun 2024

Report from Bell Hill

  
     
We celebrated 'D Day' at Bell with a few Military Personnel. It was sketchy start as the wind was very West.
However the stalwarts had a go and then it was upsy downsymso I landed for lunch.
Took off without turning on FSH and didn't want to faff about as I needed to core the thermals.
Several setting off on XCs a reasonable day for some.
Mon 03 Jun 2024

Report from Westbury White Horse (Bratten Camp)

   
A Wessex Posse made the journey to the famous Whitehorse at Westbury. It turned out rather well with some excellent thermic flying.
Jacek and Charles both there for the first time . It was clearly flyable as soon as we arrived and a good Briefing from Avon Coach Sean Simmons soon saw us airborne and climbing up to 3500'. I cannot recommend this Site too much a little busy but plenty of room and potential.

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