With the World Cup over I decided to relax and take the day off, spending most of it by the pool. But this evening after registration for the Women's Open there was a shuttle going up. Since I've never flown here in the evening I decided to go up.
Very light lift meant the perfect time to skim the cliffs and take photos, and do a toplanding just to try it out. As the sun set the glassoff set up, with the entire valley lifting off in gentle 0.5-1m/s. As car lights starting to go on I had to do hard spirals etc to get down; a few pilots got caught out and ended up landing in pretty much pitch blackness in random fields (since the Camping LZ is rather small and has too many obstacles to land in when you can't see where you're going!).