I went down to Springfield (VSF) to pick up PM so we could do some maintenance on it. I was there, PM was there, Walter was there, the Pawnee was there. It was sunny with no wind and clouds were starting to pop. So I took a flight. After about 40 minutes of struggling to maintain release altitude a cloudstreet developed and I was able to get to cloudbase and just kept climbing. It was a slow climb but it went all the way up to 9,000'. From there I pushed forward one cycle in the wave to Plymouth, Vermont. I wandered around Plymouth for a while until I found the primary which quickly (4 knots+) took me to 11,000 feet. At 11,000 feet Walter came by in the RV to check on me and then it was an easy flight to Killington (which I never saw because of the undercast), Okemo, Claremont and home.
PM should be ready to go again after a little maintenance. I'll let you know where it's currently parked. Tows can be arranged at VSF. Go for it!