So started the day with coffee and another paper. Walked Sasha, picked up the poo and then drove up to Satverton. Weather wasn’t bad, a bit chilly, but a northerly wind and good visibility. I did almost an hour of general handling, a couple of auto’s, a confined area and some truly bad quick stops, that got better as we went on. Ben said I looked tense when setting down, I said I was somewhat wary of the ground, he said that it is usually the first thing you hit. I got the hang of it again after a couple and was setting down like a feather. Drove back and took Sasha out ageing until it was dark. Did the accounts, had a bath, phoned mother, she’s still alive.
So next week I have my medical, I then need a vict…volunteer to take a short flight out to the north over the Malvern Hills, so I can do the safety briefing etc. Will be very pleasant.