The icing on the cake on a very good easter week-end down in Georgia with Atlanta Paragliding, was a 2.15 hour flight and cloubase at 1600mt. On my second tow at around 1pm I found this very good climb and soon was at 1400mt. From there I started heading south given the wind was still very light and constantly switching from NW to SW. My intention was to do an out and return flight or a triangle. I must have made some 10 km when I decided to head back to the field. I had a long Sunday night drive back home wating for me…By then the wind from the W had picked up and after battling for about an hour against the wind to make it back, I decided to drift away with the abundant thermals; but going E instead of the more logic SE, following Interstate 85 to have a reference and for the retrieve to be easier. After a couple of good thermals and subsequent glides, I noticed that the wind strenght was increasing; that is when I decided to call it a day after some 30km in total and over 2 hours flying. Had I made the decision of flying only one direction and downwind, I am sure I would have had the chance to cover some very good distance. An awesome flight nevertheless with very nice spring conditions. I liked the place very much. Thanks to everybody at Atlanta Paragliding for the great time and wonderful hospitality.