821Re: New to Kites
- Nov 1, 2006No kites yet. Just curious from peoples experiences here, should I get
a trainer or just dive in with an larger easy to manage kite? If I can
start with one kite, that would be ideal. Any suggestions or
recomendations on gear would be appreciated. I try to read up as much
as I can but nothing compares to first hand experience. I'm starting
from scratch as far as the kite, bar, and harness go.
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> Welcome to the Group, Stu!
> IF you are looking for a new challenge then you found the sport. the
> Fun you can have on the snow. DO you have kites yet?[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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> Hey guys. I live in Boise and want to start kite skiing this winter. I
> found this group on kiteforum and thought it might be a good way to
> get started. I've been skiing sinse I could walk and am looking for a
> new thrill/challenge. Look foward to meeting you guys.
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