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Monday, December 04, 2006

Glider clinic a great successes.

We had a reasonably good turn out on Sunday and the weather turned out to be windy all day long. Craig gave us some valuable input on how to read the air and the use of indicators of lift.
At the berg field the grass is reasonably long this time of the year and Craig gave us a practical example of this and how to use this to "map out" the surrounding area and track thermals
as they passed over the field.

Later on Evan used his Makuklu with Craig as his caller.
All in all a nice relaxed day after Saturday’s F3B qualifier.

Thanks To Craig and good luck with the preparation for the WC in 2007.

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