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Re: holy crap sunday was sooo much fun!!!!

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  • hawkicd11
    yeah thats a new trick i am working on. its called OHHH s**** f****, help, Sh****, Oh god, oh god, let me live wheh i think i should get some kind of stupid
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 19, 2006
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      yeah thats a new trick i am working on.

      its called OHHH s**** f****, help, Sh****, Oh god, oh god, let me live
      wheh

      i think i should get some kind of stupid award. anyway, had to try,
      didn't drive 2 hrs for nothing. now i am looking at a 5m frenzy
      pretty seriously


      --- In snowkiteidaho@yahoogroups.com, "snowkitesnowkite"
      <snowkitesnowkite@y...> wrote:
      >
      > As we topped the hill and got our first glance at the camas
      prairie, i
      > could tell that i did not have a small enough kite. We pulled into
      the
      > snowmobile parking lot and saw monte skiing on his boots with a 3m
      > trainer. I thought about putting up a 12m, but it wasnt my day to
      die.
      > so i borrowed montes 5m foil sling shot. i was totally lit! the
      snow
      > was soft and deep, it was so awesome. but not a day for rookies.
      big
      > monte held down a 13 fuel for about an hour. nutting! and i thought
      i
      > was launching big airs!
      > by 2:00pm it had picked up. gusting over 40. a white out at
      ground
      > level. i was the only one still kiting, with 5mph board speed i was
      > launching 10,15, and 20 footers with a 5m!! that kind of kiting is
      all
      > new to me. hawke was feeling really stout and put up a 10m frenzy,
      he
      > self-launched ok and made it about 50 ft. then pulled this sick
      trick
      > where you let a wicked gust yank you onto your face and drag you
      for
      > about 300 feet, all the while rotating ass, face, ass, etc. the
      amazing
      > thing is that he landed it on his board, pulled the red cord, and
      > called it a day. sorry hawke but that was close!!!
      >
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