She didn't do too much flying, but the rest of us had some pretty good times! Dave and Pete were both up for almost four hours. There was an inversion layer around 3,100' for most of the day, so they topped out pretty low. Lots of thermal work to stay up.
Greg, Stephan, and Vince all had a few flights; Vince had a good two plus hour flight in the '26 making one of two such flights required for the bronze badge. Speedy showed us all what it means to bring the glider in to the end of the runway; landing such that we turned the glider around, swapped passengers and sent him back in the air. Nice work, Speedy! Between Speedy taking up his family members and some tough thermal finding conditions on this blue day, we kept Wally pretty busy in the 150. I don't know what our final tow tally was, but it had to be pretty close to ten or more tows!
Hopefully the field will dry up quickly and the rain from this week won't shut us out this weekend!