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Isaac & Hector spotted

Posted: Mon, Oct 04 2010, 12:20 PM
by Mike
Over at the Rev forum, Ben posted a photo from the Seal Beach kite festival:
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Re: Isaac & Hector Spotted

Posted: Tue, Oct 05 2010, 08:18 PM
by Hector Herrera
It was a REAL nice surprise to see Isaac over at Seal Beach, I enjoyed talking to him for a little while.
I was going to do a Quad demo, but my time was posponed several times and I decided not to wait and...
and finnaly I DID none. I felt frustaded when the guy running the show didn't give me my demo time, ON TIME,
so I asked him to return my music and left.
They don't know what they missed.
(By the way, I was teasing Isaac for not having his Red IKE T shirt... :-D :oops: we were having fun...)

Re: Isaac & Hector spotted

Posted: Tue, Oct 05 2010, 10:39 PM
by Mike
I was wondering about Isaac not wearing an IKE shirt--good thing you teased him about it.
I've never been to a kite festival where they were very organized. The demos never go as planned. Sorry you didn't get a chance to perform, Hector.

Re: Isaac & Hector Spotted

Posted: Sat, Oct 09 2010, 04:04 PM
by TeamTrejo
Yeah, I just happened to be in San Diego for a conference and Ben told me about the Seal Beach Kite Fest. I had my Revs of course so away I went.

Here are some pics from my cell phone.

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The field reminded me of a mini Huntington Beach

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Hector with his IKE shirt. I didn't have mine and he was giving me the business.

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Ben and his collection was there.

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Kids playing "catch the tail" with a fighter kite. This looked like fun. We should try this at our fests.

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They had a 150 kite train. Looked like it was just hanging in the sky.

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Gomberg brought the big stuff.

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Japanese drummers were very popular.

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Fancy ROKs

Re: Isaac & Hector Spotted

Posted: Sat, Oct 09 2010, 11:54 PM
by Jynx
Looks like it was a "productive" conference! :lol:

Good times! :up:

Re: Isaac & Hector spotted

Posted: Sun, Oct 10 2010, 01:54 PM
by Mike
Looks like a great time!
There used to be a guy up in Santa Barbara that would do a catch the tail thing with a fighter kite.