Look at all that grass. That's why what would be a challenging day in Amesbury or Acton is not that big a deal in Berwick. It was windy and unreasonably cool. While nobody actually measured the wind speed, the forecast 10 mph might have been a little low. Of course, like any field, the sod farm has its challenges. The range was set up near the center pivot of the irrigation system. The grass has to be watered and that's what was going on when we arrived. Fortunately, the 1/2 mile radius sprinkler moves slowly so it was easy to pick a point that had all ready been watered. Unfortunately, as a couple of people found out, the wind was blowing towards it. There was still plenty of area that wasn't wet. I made a couple of dry but very long walks to recover my rockets. The flight count was low at about 150. There are a few photos in the gallery
and a video here
. The post launch debriefing was conducted at the Thistle Pig which gets a 5 star rating from me.