SkyNomad 3rd migration season in Kenya was good as usual.
Two new promising flying sites have been discovered and flown:
Juicy convergences were flown:
Volcanos craters were thoroughly inspected for leaks and cracks:
Hello dear friends - you can find our 2018 calenar for courses and guiding published.
We are having a few small changes. BHPA courses will be held on the noted dates, but we are available for standard Beginners and Intermediate training during that time as well.
XC training will now be provided mainly on the selected dates but we could be flexble depnding on availability.
The first weeks of September we had a few events in Sopot - with the Bulgarian National Championships taking place in the first week and the "Airheads" festival in the second.
Ivelin Kalushkov managed to score 4-th place in the national rankings and 7-th place overall.
With the hardcore weather left in August we resumed training courses in September, and we were no short of enthusiasts wanting to take to the skies.
August came with the weather everyone was waiting for - record braking conditions and lots of flying.
Surely enough Yasen Savov proved that the conditions are record -breaking and smashed 2 of the Bulgarian neational records - for free distance doing 360 km from Nevsha to Kavala (Greece), and for FAI triangle - doing 225 km.
Tracklogs can be found here: http://forum.skynomad.net/leonardo/
July came with the XC conditions we've been waiting for.
Our first mixed XC group for the season turned out to be combining pilots from almost every corner of the world - we had pilots from South Africa, Australia, Hong Kong, Kenya, Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Altough in July - the weather still decided to play by his own rules so we had some stormy but very beautiful days: