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  • volarenvalencia
    what type of kite it is good for a begginer? inflatable... or like a paraglider? thanks¿ yli http://paraglidetv.com
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 27 10:22 AM
      what type of kite it is good for a begginer? inflatable... or like a
      paraglider? thanks¿


      yli
      http://paraglidetv.com
    • crsaniv20y@aol.com
      I still love my 6.5 Titan and my 4.0 Spirit. More the paraglider types. However; I only weigh 130 lb. I went from the outer islands off Cape Charles to the
      Message 2 of 4 , Aug 27 11:28 AM
        I still love my 6.5 Titan and my 4.0 Spirit. More the paraglider types. However; I only weigh 130 lb. I went from the outer islands off Cape Charles to the main land under the 4.0 Spirit in 30 mph winds a couple of years ago. The leader of the group used a 9.0 tube kite. He weighed in at about 175 lb. We were the only two that made it across that day. All the rest of our group came back by boat. Sorry Pisanos Mike and David. Now that I live in Hawaii I'm still looking for a place for a beginner like myself to get a good gentle lesson in  a place where I won't get busted up on the rocks. I live in Waianae and work up at the Makaha Resort and Golf Club. I'm not much past the body drag stage.

        Kiteguy, Tommy


        -----Original Message-----
        From: volarenvalencia <entermica@...>
        To: kitesurf@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 7:22 am
        Subject: [ksurf] what type of kite?






        what type of kite it is good for a begginer? inflatable... or like a
        paraglider? thanks¿

        yli
        http://paraglidetv.com





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      • Neil Kruse
        Try the Kailua beach area ... _________________________________________________________________ Messenger Café — open for fun 24/7. Hot games, cool
        Message 3 of 4 , Aug 27 12:25 PM
          Try the Kailua beach area


          >From: crsaniv20y@...
          >Reply-To: kitesurf@yahoogroups.com
          >To: kitesurf@yahoogroups.com
          >Subject: Re: [ksurf] what type of kite? Paragllider type guy.
          >Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 14:28:58 -0400
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          >I still love my 6.5 Titan and my 4.0 Spirit. More the paraglider types.
          >However; I only weigh 130 lb. I went from the outer islands off Cape
          >Charles to the main land under the 4.0 Spirit in 30 mph winds a couple of
          >years ago. The leader of the group used a 9.0 tube kite. He weighed in at
          >about 175 lb. We were the only two that made it across that day. All the
          >rest of our group came back by boat. Sorry Pisanos Mike and David. Now that
          >I live in Hawaii I'm still looking for a place for a beginner like myself
          >to get a good gentle lesson in� a place where I won't get busted up on the
          >rocks. I live in Waianae and work up at the Makaha Resort and Golf Club.
          >I'm not much past the body drag stage.
          >
          >Kiteguy, Tommy
          >
          >
          >-----Original Message-----
          >From: volarenvalencia <entermica@...>
          >To: kitesurf@yahoogroups.com
          >Sent: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 7:22 am
          >Subject: [ksurf] what type of kite?
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          >what type of kite it is good for a begginer? inflatable... or like a
          >paraglider? thanks��
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          >yli
          >http://paraglidetv.com
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        • crsaniv20y@aol.com
          Been there many times with my wife. Lanikai Beach is my favorite beach in the whole world. Sand feels like powered sugar on my feet. However they have two
          Message 4 of 4 , Aug 28 6:56 AM
            Been there many times with my wife. Lanikai Beach is my favorite beach in the whole world. Sand feels like powered sugar on my feet. However they have two reefs out there that I don't want to meet with my skin. If Spyder is still on this board and in the Kailua Beach area drop a line. I'd love to meet You in person and find the right person to take a lesson from here in Oahu some day when I'm not working at the resort.

            Tommy The Kite Guy from Willoughby Spit Norfolk Virginia Now in Waianae Oahu


            -----Original Message-----
            From: Neil Kruse <Neil_Kruse@...>
            To: kitesurf@yahoogroups.com
            Sent: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 9:25 am
            Subject: Re: [ksurf] what type of kite? Paragllider type guy.



            Try the Kailua beach area

            From: crsaniv20y@...
            Reply-To: kitesurf@yahoogroups.com
            To: kitesurf@yahoogroups.com
            Subject: Re: [ksurf] what type of kite? Paragllider type guy.
            Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 14:28:58 -0400

            I still love my 6.5 Titan and my 4.0 Spirit. More the paraglider types.
            However; I only weigh 130 lb. I went from the outer islands off Cape
            Charles to the main land under the 4.0 Spirit in 30 mph winds a couple of
            years ago. The leader of the group used a 9.0 tube kite. He weighed in at
            about 175 lb. We were the only two that made it across that day. All the
            rest of our group came back by boat. Sorry Pisanos Mike and David. Now that
            I live in Hawaii I'm still looking for a place for a beginner like myself
            to get a good gentle lesson in a place where I won't get busted up on the
            rocks. I live in Waianae and work up at the Makaha Resort and Golf Club.
            I'm not much past the body drag stage.

            Kiteguy, Tommy


            -----Original Message-----
            From: volarenvalencia <entermica@...>
            To: kitesurf@yahoogroups.com
            Sent: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 7:22 am
            Subject: [ksurf] what type of kite?






            what type of kite it is good for a begginer? inflatable... or like a
            paraglider? thanks¿

            yli
            http://paraglidetv.com





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