Yesterday we heard there were some fun flights in light easterly conditions at Makapuu, with some pilots jumping over the back to Koko and Sandys. Meanwhile Kahana really seemed too east - the Punaluu sensor registered an unrelenting 90 degrees all day. But Woody and I decided to check it out anyway in the late afternoon, and I'm glad we did! The thermals were going off all over the ridge. We thermaled a thousand feet above cloud base and hopped a few ridges downrange as the most gorgeous afternoon light filtered through the clouds. Thanks to The Bus for the retrieve!