Not wanting to do the great trans peninsula trek on Saturday,
Brendan and myself headed to Signal Hill for what promised to be light conditions.
With the anti gravitational devices firmly active on our Sky Climbers we had a ball in the light conditions.
Up we went… and down we went… depending on just which part of the lift versus sink cycle you were on.
With the whole of Table bay shrouded in mist, the hill was still open,
although the inversion created some interesting bump in flight characteristics.
After telling Mally not to bother coming through… conditions predictably began to improve…
and with Bobby Purnell on hand we started have a really good late
afternoon session from about 3:30 onwards with cool and solid lift out of the SSW.
So sorry Mally, in the end it did come good and we flew till sunset more or less,
while other individuals managed to park a rather large fishing boat
on Clifton’s pristine beach, in the same aforementioned foggy morning conditions.
Jeez, what some people do for kicks!
What a perfect evening by the seaside
Just the minor issue of a great whopping trawler in your front yard!