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We both struggled for the next hour scratching around but finally climbed away from Blachere near La Motte GC. There was a great atmosphere here all week and it was one of the busiest weeks ever with launches over the five days. Nothing could possibly go wrong! Please see photos. Pete and Phil set off first with a high tow to Trainon where there appeared to be good thermic lift generating a cu, Stu and Tel took a tow 30 minutes later to the Gash and were soon joined by the Duo which had fallen off Trainon. Looks often decieve and in this case came true. Checked in the bus and managed to get a banger rental for 15 euro per day. Tuesday, 24 November Bicester Regionals The most popular Regionals in the UK if the number of entrants is anything to go by! Do it, now! Diagnostics couldn't find any problems mmmmm! The outlook is for an improving situation with the weather and looking forward to Strats and Phil arriving tomorrow. We also had two other new members flying with us — the dynamic Parr brothers! But that's not all the good news! Dickie had knocked off a plug to the mass air sensor this should fix it, spoke too soon. So to be sure of a place, click the above link and make your entry. As we left Dickie met another old chum, Gean Renaud Faliu. Dave Parr was a pupil on the Going for Solo course which ran from 7 to 11 September and he achieved his first solo on 11 September. George unpronounceable has even given up smoking Good luck George! A closer look at Dickie and Stu's flight the day previous showed several climbs that peaked at Pete and Phil arrived mid afternoon after stepping off their flight to Marseilles and stepped straight into the Duo, we rigged it for them earlier they managed 2. After we had touched down we were approached by a very depressed looking Dickie and the bus which only just managed to pull the ASH of the piste, he was well pisted off. Late September and early October are not the normal time of the year to be out on cross-country flights. That same day we had another couple of km flights by Dave Watt and Bob King. The return trip was uneventful and Dickies bus finally came up with the goods. Power had returned but we were sure it would be the same when we tried to tow, so as the filter was the cheapest and easiest option this would be our first step. Both gliders met at the west face of the Pic for some very interesting rock polishing on its west face. Bring on the season! Well nothing is ever as good as it looks and that was true for the conditions that developed. Pete spent the day sprawled out on his wing covers in the Duos trailer, some sod kept snoring and waking him up though! This was a day of two halves, while we were flying Dickie decided to replace the fuel filter in the bus. Dave carried on flying whenever we could fit him in and on 18 September he flew a K13 for 51 minutes, easily qualifying for his first Bronze leg. The new year was welcomed with Champagne, and new years resolutions. All plans were thrown out the window as our intended task area looked too soggy so we set off to the lower land in the south. We'll keep you updated on the blog on our progress! Much back slapping and hand shaking, we were made very welcome and went to inspect their new hp winch, very interesting, hydraulic drive, well engineered built by a commercial company in Germany. Made arrangements to go there on Friday for their club bbq. So day 4 arrives with a similar forecast to yesterday, Stu's turn for jankers Tel and Dickie headed for the mountains. His brother Simon was inspired to learn to glide and joined us on 16 September as a Learn to Glide member and started flying that very day. NO CHarge things were starting to go our way{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The Duo made it to the first TP, the Tete de Clappe but options to cross the valley towards Briancon were much reduced because of a low cloud base on the mountains to the east. Tomorrows weather looks better. Labels: HOGS on tour day7 continued. So someone suggested we go off to Sisteron for a late season exped to the Alps, sounds like a good idea, lets take the ASH. The Dou backtracked to La Motte to try to find a way across to the Par Cours, in doing so nearly fell off every mountain around ended up scratching around on the Jouere for a while. Not sure he managed to absorb it all but a similar method may work with our cable too. Briefing was not encouraging with a very unsettled forcast, even Dickies bus had stopped entertaining us so we made the decision to de-rig the ASH and planned to leave first thing Sunday. This year we seem to be getting a large number of students solo, many of them on our weekly courses. Dickie and Stu returned 3 hours later with reports of 10kt climbs having been up to Briancon dodging the odd Cb. With the weather cycling we spent the rest of the day sight seeing. So far, the total is 21 solos and there is still several weeks of good flying left this year! Two of our Going for Solo pupils achieved their first solos on Friday with the third making very good progress. The plug now re-connected Dickie drove off with Tel for a test drive, the bus pulled like a train, in his elation Dickie floored the throttle to give it a good thrashing, all too late Tel saw it coming but could not warn Dickie in time……. They use a very complicated technique to join the cable without using cleats on which Terry was given a 40 minute lesson by Jacques. And on 10th October Ken Hartley did km. Tel remained at Siseron on jankers. With Cb's now developing all around the airfield we hastily bagged up and tied down Dickies other bus at least this one performs OK then off to the Janus for beer and tiffins. His second qualifying Bronze flight came on 25 September when he flew the K8 for 47 minutes. A great night was had by all. Meanwhile, Derek Staff is notching up gold and diamond heights every other day at Aboyne. The entry form is now available online at Bicester Regionals Now, you know you want to go there. Jumped in the banger and went on exped to La Motte to see Jacques Noel. In order to keep costs to a minimum, any and all contributions of time and skills in order to get these refurbishments done will be very gratefully received. Started to rain which would be in for the day and the outlook now not looking too good until Friday. Monday, 12 October Still going cross-country in September and October! We put the glider to bed and after a beer took at look at the bus. Weather permitting! All packed we set off for Dover with Dickie Stu and Terry on board, the plan being to meet up with Strats and Phil who were travelling out by "squeezy jet" fly the Duo. We had three pupils all of varying levels of experience and our staff instructors worked their socks off every day. They are using 5. And now we have a large influx of new students from Oxford University and Cransfield University, around 45 new ab initios, so with a bit of luck we will have a similar number of new solo pilots in the next 6 - 8 months, weather permitting. He went solo on 24 September and then, just to show brother Dave that he could also fly, he was checked for his second solo on 25 September and stayed airborne for an astonishing 45 minutes to qualify for his first Bronze leg! We'll all be watching out for those sneaky cigarettes finding their way to your lighter. Lots of ideas thrown about including possibly bringing Jacques over to Bicester for a presentation on Alpine flying in the early spring. Who says global warming brings no benefits. Cloudbase was a little lower today with most thermals averaging 5kt plus to 8,'. Not so easy conditions today just trying to stay in the better weather but still managed to clock up nearly km with a forray into the lower southern hills where the thermals were more frequent. HOGs on tour day7 Thursday except Pete Yesterday was a washout but today looks like being the best so far. Conditions looked good. Sadly Pete has managed to bring a heavy cold with him from the UK and is disappointed not to be able to fly today, but…… One mans disaster is anothers good fortune Phil offered his empty seat to Tel, he thought about it for a microsecond before accepting, silly not to!!! Sunday 4th January saw many club members mucking in to strip the briefing room, ready for upgraded electrics and then plastering. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}This last week Monday 21 to Friday 25 September gave us five days of perfect weather for our eleventh Going for Solo course. Seth has a collision between his elevator and his nose For videos please see below our youtube links:- YouTube Link. Good news he should be able to fly tomorrow. In true Brit style we kept a stiff upper lip and had a BBQ on Saturday night in the pouring rain followed by much pastis and discussion on potential plans for next year. Our Going for Solo courses have seen a number of first solos this summer and together with our booked intensive days our newer and a few of our more established members are making rapid progress. The night consisted of a non-existent curry at the Taj 16 of us walked out after waiting for 3 hours , then much beer at the bar was consumed to make up for it! Well Friday came and it rained, it eased off long enough to get the Duo packed away before we went over to La Motte to see Jacques for a beer. Quick decision, abandon ASH in layby and find a Ford dealer, backtracked to Canterbury to a dealer who put the bus onto a diagnostics straight away thought this is going to be expensive but oddly the engine power returned during the trip to the dealer. We hope you have all been mildly entertaind with our postings and invite you all to try to crack the OGS code!!! And these are only the flights I've been told about - I'm assured that there were others. Although the weather had basically been very poor we still flew and had a good break. The start of brings the start of the planned site refurbishments to the briefing room, entrance foyer, bar, toilets and members lounge. Meanwhile the ASH was delayed on the airfield as it could not launch with the tailwind that had now set up. Close scrutiny of the loggers decided it was a draw. Monday, 28 September What a great week!