Paragliding generally works better when there is terrestrial heating taking place. Today was not one of those days. There was no-sun, no-lift, and no-magical thermals on offer and yet we remained aloft for hours. A handful of mythical humans with Helium in their veins kicked bushes around half of the course with the rest of the field landing after 10-15 km or so of a 63 km task.
The picture shows the pilots who managed to gain some handsome height for the day.
(photo: KJ Bowden)
On happier days: