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  • fernmanus
    Jul 1, 2002
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      The Peter Lynn ARC is simple to setup and is a good bet for riding
      in gusty inland conditions.


      --- In ksurfschool@y..., Tom Rolf <rigbig@z...> wrote:
      > I'm a couple hundred miles east of you, kitesurfing in New Mexico.
      I sold my
      > kite buggy, lack of good places to do it and find kitesurfing more
      fun. I
      > haven't heard anyone recommend a Waterfoil in years.(better stuff
      out there).
      > John from Glendale is a 'famous' Arizona kitesurfer. He fly's Arcs.
      > -Going to the water-
      > denisesewa wrote:
      > > Hi, I am a newbe to the sport living in AZ were I cant seem to
      > > anyone else interested in kiting , I have a mountain board and a
      > > slingshot B2 as well as another open foil of about 3 meters,
      which I
      > > am learning with , I also have a kitesurf board, harness and
      > > all I need now is a good kite, I am thinking of the Peter Lynn
      > > foil in 5.7 meters since I will fly on local lakes with an
      > > trip to the CA coast and would also like to use it with my
      > > board and perhaps a buggy , the wind is most often very light
      here in
      > > the Phoenix area.
      > > Anyone have any thoughts on the "Waterfoil" or suggestions??
      > > yet ,does anyone else live in this area?
      > > Denise
      > > For a bit more about me go to >>>
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      > >
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