True to form, slope soaring, as any other hobby/sport that relies on mother nature, can sometimes turn the tables on all the predictions we hope to throw at it via Windfinder and other forecast sites. In the end it was SAWIS that git this one right. Saturday was supposed to be a flatliner but a
Hi Guys and Gals The Black Eagle Trophy PSS festival entries are to close the is weekend. Note that you can just enter the festival and are not required to enter any specific class, just being there for the festival will be more than enough fun. So please enter soonest so we can organise the
Wednesday the 18th was voting day here, so we decided to get that over with early, and set up an installation in Long Beach Mall to spread the good word about slope soaring and to see if we could attract new members. We packed a few differing gliders and made for the mall. What a
More bizarre weather this weekend, as the predicted 30km/h South Easter fizzled into nothingness and fog settled in for the weekend and continues at this point with a series of very weak frontal systems sitting on us and refusing to move. So we did what any self respecting TOSSer does and got up to some
With the cold and some rain firmly set in place, one would have thought that Chapman’s Peak would heve been the slope of choice at the moment. But hey no way, mother nature has other ideas and delivered a howling South Easter of note on Saturday that scuppered plans to have the aero league up and running,
What a lovely holiday break to have compliments of the Easter bunny Through some insane holiday planning compliments of the powers that be, it transpired that if you took 3 days leasve you managed to cane a 12 day break out of the leapfrog holiday affair… and so we did, well some of us anyway.
Hi Guys Entries are open for the Black Eagle PSS Festival in June in Cape Town. Notably we have used the word “Festival” in the title because this is the main aim of the event. There is the competative side for those that wish to do so, have the time to do so, and are