In spite of high winds and multiple showers expected ( it would have been “Glastonbury Saturday”), I didn’t scrub because I knew that we needed some useful bodies on site. Thanks to all those who turned out.
John H quietly worked on a tug tow rope. Geoff P was donating blood to the cause, trying to access and fix a tricky (minor) problem with LPM’S release mechanism. Chris T and Andy F were socially distanced fettling, Phil D was in the workshop. Nick B led Rob, Andy N, Damien & myself in de-rigging VN, then gave us more lessons in hangar stacking, to make space for a “Covid secure” K21. We couldn’t find it to rig it but I’m told that its arrival is imminent, probably tomorrow.
The forecast was accurate; the rain varied from heavy to light and the wind remained strong. The brief spells of sunshine were quicky extinguished by more developing showers, so no flying but a good day’s work done.