It's never a good thing to be on the ground when the wind shifts over the back. So when eight or so pilots get off the ground and the rest have to watch them take the start from the launch you end up with grumpy people. I was one of the lucky ones making goal in second place behind Henry Schurink.. Not that it matters... I had to leave due to work commitments. I hate leaving a comp at the best of times, but to leave after two nearly flawless days in the lead on a crispy new wing burns my arse more than a little. I guess there will be enough pressure to invalidate today and I feel that's right despite being one of the lucky ones who managed to launch.
Then again it was a pretty special day with Sebastian landing the electric model airplane by himself AND doing his first tandem on a paraglider with Stef Junker.
I hope to return at the end of the week to get a couple more tasks in before Bulgaria.