I think that you should be careful when learning to
control your kite on land. Use your knowledge of wind
forces in order to avoid too gusty or strong winds
that could put you in risk.
Then once you feel that you control the kite it may be
wise to look for experienced people near where you
live inorder to ask them for tips on how to kitesurf
(on water). Otherwise think about some nice vacation
in a learning center.
--- mkenna11 <mkenna@...
> I'm an experienced high-wind windsurfer, and I've
> used 2-line kites
> alot(like a kid's kite- not a kiteboarding kite). I
> will be
> learning where there are no instructors. Can I skip
> the training
> kite, and learn with a 14m inflatable kite on land,
> or is that too
> much for learning on land? Thanks- Matt
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