I know my English is not the very best, some are disturbed,sorry about that and some readers think it is charming and part of the reason you read it.Whatever, ….last article was not yet ready to send …I wanted to read it first again, take the mistakes out and then save it, but I pushed the wrong button and …off it went and now I still don’t know how to get in back in it to “do better”.It is rather complicated to work in one part of the world and to publish it on the other side. We are now that far that I can put the text straight on and as soon as I get more instructions we can put pictures on and I can get back in old stories if neccesary.
For that reason I leave you for a week. A welldeserved holiday on the beach is planned for this coming week. In between we improve the system and I hope it will work out better when I am back.
Yesterday I caught up with Jo and Tony Tabart [oldest pilot in the 2006 WGC] from Australia, in Amsterdam. After Sweden they drove to Frankfurt, flew to Denmark to visit Copenhagen and then to Holland where they found a beautiful place to stay on a “woonboot” on one of the Amsterdam canals. It is great to see that “after flying” there is so much more to do for people who travelled so far to fly in Eskilstuna.
The Dutch Team arrived home safely, though one of the teams spend one night sleeping on the tables outside the clubhouse from a gliding club in Hamburg, to arrive after some ” more or less troubled sleep” in a long, long Monday morning traffic jam.
Sorry again about the last article.See you in a week for more news, about other flying/gliding then the WGC in Sweden. That is over and out now. A pity! We had a great time!