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Re: Frenzzy from Ozone in Turkey

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  • adnan_soysal
    and there is also, email grup like this, kitesurfing_turkey Adnan ... hours ... do
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      and there is also, email grup like this,
      "kitesurfing_turkey"

      Adnan

      --- In ksurfschool@yahoogroups.com, "adnan_soysal"
      <adnan_soysal@y...> wrote:
      > Hi Fantomas,
      >
      > I live in Holland but I am from Turkey.
      > I started to enjoy kiting in Turkey during my vacation, after 12
      hours
      >
      > I did it in Alacati, where the wind was great this August..
      > There is around 200-250 meter of shallow water section..
      > But the wind is almost all the time from land to sea..
      > So if you are not experieneced you may easyly end up in the deep
      > water..
      > dangeres, for yourself and the surfers..
      > You can hire the gear. I think it was around 240 Euro for 7 days
      > (board, kite, harness..) - club mistral..
      >
      > But if you experienced, you can also think of north Part of Cesme
      > peninsula, where the wind is most of the time 45 degrees to shore..
      > and around 3 bft..
      >
      > Adnan
      >
      >
      > --- In ksurfschool@yahoogroups.com, fantomas <RheinAndCo@i...>
      wrote:
      > > Hello,
      > >
      > > I'm new in the group.
      > > I'm living in Ankara Turkey and I have since a few month a kite
      > Frenzy
      > > from ozone (7.2 sqm). I learn how to use it after having used a
      > bullet
      > > 2.5 sqm (not that stupid!).
      > > Here in the mountains around Ankara I have no problem with peoples
      > > interfering with my training and even on the rivers it is cool...
      > Last
      > > time a fisherman came to see me when I was using my kite for
      > swimming...
      > > He wanted to know what I was catching with my big net:-)
      > > I plan to use it on snow since trees are rare in central Anatolia.
      > >
      > > I have a question: since I'm using the chicken loop all the time
      do
      > I
      > > need to keep the big loop on the bar or can I remove it??
      > > Are there people on this list kiting in Turkey?
      > > Bye for now
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