Another beautiful Blanchard day, on a day when the inland sites were overdeveloped and stormy (lots of anvil clouds inland!), and lots of pilots were taking advantage of the weekend sunniness.
Oodles of lift around and some pilots decided to fly to the US-Canada border but I stayed local and flew south to Bow and Edison, using the plentiful flatland thermals which are so reliable this time of year. With the exposed mudflats (the tide was out) the thermals were way out over the water so it was easy to get to cloud base over the water and look down at the oyster farms.
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