We had a good day (for the most part) at Parowan today. A very cool morning (40s) gave way to decent heating by early afternoon. The right time to leave on task? About 2:30. Just about everyone did. The task was a TAT for those of you following along 32 Kanosh Canyon, 74 PineValley Mountain and 44 Exit 95, 3 hour minimum. Our very fortunate former U.S. Teammate in France 2006 Tim Welles (W3) won the day. Lots of pilots seemed happier than usual at the end of the day. Nick Kennedy was heard repeatedly yahoo-ing and others echoed the senitment. By late afternoon it was actually hot - not Texas hot, but pretty hot, and breezy. Walt Cannon (a bona fide national weather service forecaster gave us some stong advice about tomorrow - we could see gusts up to 60 - yes - 60 miles per hour on Wednesday. Hope our camper won't take flight! I'd expect a no fly day tomorrow as a result...way too early for a rest day - darn! But we'll see at the meeting tomorrow.
Be sure to check out the spot tracking page during the afternoon to see how folks are doing.