Saturday brought another fine blue sky day to the club. Perfect for AEF’s and passenger flights. The visibility was good despite a bit of smoke haze. There were spring thermals around; light, tight and somewhat unpredictable. A clear inversion layer was visible in the smoke haze and the ceiling was about 3500 feet. Cross country was not going to be an option but still good flying conditions to practice centering, trying to maximise climb and sharing a thermal. Nothing focuses your attention like sharing a thermal with a couple of other gliders. Great fun. The duo, and Paul and Mikes gliders made a brilliant sight all working the same thermal. I can report that everyones flarm seemed to be working mine looked like a Christmas tree at one point. Thanks to instructors Stuart, and Dave, and the stellar work of Ken Window and Paul Hogan for driving the tug around for us and making sure the day went off without a hitch. Thanks also for all the committee and club members who attended the BAI inc AGM. With warmer weather to come conditions should just keep getting better.