Competition-wise, we probably won't get to fly until Friday and Saturday which both look fantastic according to the forecast. That would make 3 valid tasks which is about right...competitions are generally a week long since about half of the days end up being "weather" days. Still sucks to be on a flying holiday and not flying, so we decided to go kiting in the high winds at the landing field. I practiced my kick-ass dragging technique - yeah baby! - this girl totally slid across the field on her face and got a few souvenirs.
But the most exciting thing was getting my nanovario! Brian from Flyte Park sent one up to me from New York and it was delivered to the landing zone today. Can't wait to try it out, it's insanely small and looks really cool:
|so tiny! love it already.|
I love these little Flyte Park instruments for my tandem flying and just in general for a backup. I end up leaving them on my helmet so I'm never looking for batteries at take off when my big vario dies or when I left my big vario at home by accident. Yay for cool new toys!
So after all that excitement, Eric the comp organizer threw a corn roast for us - a fun evening of corn shucking followed of course by corn eating. I should be heavy enough from my culinary experiences to fly in even stronger conditions soon (food=ballast). Quebec offers too many delicious eats and willpower here is futile.