Dorset is full of hills... this one is called the 'Picnic Site' by the local fliers although it may also be called Creech Hill. This site has majestic Dorset bocage scenery and wide, wide skies, here with Cirrocumulus; it is simply 'park and fly' which surely is the slope's best asset. It flies southerly... we came by it after a brief visit to nearby Ringstead Down & Bay where both models and paragliders are flown; on the day we visited Ringstead there was too much of an easterly component to the wind there and we were ushered here. The daylong Sun in the eyes can make flying difficult. The slope looks out towards Swyre Head and Kimmeridge Bay on the left and centre. In some aerial shots the Isle of Portland can be seen on the right. Tyneham, the WWII 'lost' village, stolen by the army in 1943 is close by. The model, flown by bro David Woods, is a V-Ultra Picco from Fischer Modellbau (favonius.com/soaring/vultra/vultra.htm). The music is Out of Dorset rather than 'Out of Africa.'