Mark was right to pick Sunday, and it was a much better day than expected, being both strongly thermic, and with wave about. Base wasn’t very high, roughly 2000 above site, but there were plenty of thermals, and easy to stay up. And for those who got in wave, it was better, with Nigel Lassetter getting to just under 10,000 AMSL, and Dave Wedlock to around 7500, I think. I’m sure a lot of others got into wave too (but not me….). It was flyable all day, short west, with three instructors on the go, and both club and private gliders.