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(4)Just me and Chris. Wind was strong and gusty early on, filled in nice by 9:00. Barclay is high and dry, I launched from the secret spot. I hope there is
(7)When I got out there, Eddy & family were done. Jason & Tony were kiting while Tom & Jim were windsurfing. I tried using FB to create this video from the only
(24)Rigging down to 4.8. Best regards, Chris Lee
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(47)I went up this morning around 7:00 a.m. Wind looks ok and near shore at Barclay was a little light. We can't launch at Barclay yet and looks like we can
(7)yes, it was mad. 7m kites and small sails. Rodeo wind but still better than ... almost anything that isn't kiting! Happy birthday again Steve! On Fri, Apr 28,
(9)Bill, they kite on both sides, sound & gulf, but beaches on sound side are smaller & launch/land spots are fewer. Boths sides much prettier water &
(206)Heading to Lake Lowell in a few also Best regards, Chris Lee
(4)Having learned to kite in Oz. Big waves were the norm and if you have the presence of mind , then loop that kite because a powered kite can pull you through
(13)That water must of been frigid. What were you wearing to stay warm? Mike Cottingham Sent from my iPad
(4)Alright, I'm happy to hear that. Thanks for the responses. I won't be in Boise till mid-May, which is when my job starts, maybe I can get some kiting days in
(6)Steve, Wow, look at you hanging with Kiteboarding.com Super Celebrity Jeff Howard. That makes sense, Presidents should travel in high kite society circles.
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