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Re: Windy Weekend

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  • Eddy
    What a Bust for Friday. I think the strong ESE flow in MTNH kills/canceled the natural catabatic flow. I got Bill s kite out and got him up in the Canyon for a
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      What a Bust for Friday. I think the strong ESE flow in MTNH
      kills/canceled the natural catabatic flow.

      I got Bill's kite out and got him up in the Canyon for a lot of lite
      wind practice.

      Bumming, I needed a fix this morning badly.
      CYA tomorrow.
      Eddy





      --- In snowkiteidaho@yahoogroups.com, "Eddy" <geardaddyllc@...> wrote:
      >
      > Looks like were are setup for a nice triple play. Probably a Grand
      > slam with Monday working also. Saturday and Sunday look stellar.
      >
      > Hopefully we can get a ton of kiters and windsurfers on the water this
      > weekend. I'd like to get pictures of the beach at it most crowded to
      > see if we can start asking ACE to make more room. If someone else can
      > take pictures at launch also, that would be great.
      >
      > I hope that we can make a huge presence and maybe they will start to
      > think more about the people who actually play on the beach then the
      > accessibility needs. In case you have not heard there is a planned
      > side walk that will traverse or current kite inflation area, that goes
      > to the dock.
      >
      > BTW: My camera and lens seem fine, only the battery Charger shorted
      > out. (I put it in the oven at 110 degrees for about 2 hrs then let it
      > sit for 24, cleared it right up) I have lots of great pictures of
      > Tony, Ryan, Chris, Steve, Brad, John, Da'Kerrs, Scott, and others. If
      > you want a copy please bring me some sort of media to put it on. over
      > 4000 pictures most are kiting and I need to make room on my hard
      > drive. I'm going to start deleting next week. Also when I'm taking
      > pictures on the boat, I do the best job when you jump right in front
      > of me where the camera does not have to follow you. try jumping about
      > 100-200' out. But please leave plenty of room for the beginners. and
      > follow the most important rule "AVOID COLLISIONS" ... sorry
      > Garrett, I was really stupid!
      >
      > Eddy
      >
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