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Re: [idahokiteboarding] Reminder: Dressin' then pumpin'

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  • Jake
    Just be glad we dont have to deal with climbing over a line of kites and lines like the event site in hood river. Not quite as crazy today, but it was worth
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 5, 2012
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      Just be glad we dont have to deal with climbing over a line of kites and lines like the event site in hood river. Not quite as crazy today, but it was worth it for a butter smooth session on the water. Jim and I got about 3 hours in.
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      Jon Bolt <idakiteman@...> wrote:

      >10PM Friday & Mtn. Home already easterly 22G28. Watch the Barclay meter.
      >Sometime w/ frontal SE winds like this (instead of thermal) LP fools you
      >and turns a bust. But if it does go, it should be GREAT.
      >
      >Since tomorrow & Saturday could be crowded @ Barclay, reminder about rules
      >of etiquette JBrick sent out a few weeks ago. Received a few unsolicited
      >gripes about people disregarding basic courtesies and jammin' things up.
      >Gist of it...
      >
      >PLEASE don't pump kite and/or lay lines out in the launching lane in front
      >of dock, then retire to car to get dressed. If you're gonna pump your kite
      >before dressing, stow it far back towards Serpentina before going to your
      >car. After you're dressed, wait for opening in front of dock, then move
      >your kite/lines into place. This keeps the beach open for those who are
      >ready to launch immediately after pumping & lining up. Minimizing the time
      >your kite/lines are in the launch zone keeps that bottleneck area as
      >productive as possible. Please don't clog the launch zone w/ unattended
      >kites....and if you do, it's unreasonable to be upset if your kite/lines
      >are moved out of the way, and be sure to apologize to yer other kite
      >brothers for the momentary.
      >
      >Be dressin' pumpin' launchin'...or
      >Pumpin' stowin' dressin' launchin'
      >
      >Thanks
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