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moegeo
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IKE Stuff

Postby moegeo » Fri, Oct 17 2008, 07:52 PM

I would like to purchace some IKE clothing. Can someone point me in the right dirrection?
Thanks, Geo.

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Mike
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Re: IKE Stuff

Postby Mike » Fri, Oct 17 2008, 08:19 PM

ohhhhh, you just missed it.
We order our clothing from a local printer and I just picked up an order yesterday. It will be a while until we order again. (CafePress doesn't print on both sides of a red shirt.)
If you would like a t-shirt, email or PM me your size and I'll see if I have one leftover from a previous order.

I notice this is your first post on the forum--welcome!

If you'd like to introduce yourself, we'd appreciate it and enjoy hearing it.
Tell us anything you'd like, for example:
What kites do you fly? What do you fly most often?
Did you meet one of the club members? Where?
Where do you usually fly?
Been to any good festivals this year?

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moegeo
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Re: IKE Stuff

Postby moegeo » Sat, Oct 18 2008, 12:04 PM

I Mike,
We met last year at the KP6. Isaac tried a my Rev for the first time at KP5.

I fly as often as I can, it’s been working out to about 2 hours a week, (not near enough).

I own quite a few kites… a couple of power kites, a bunch of dualies, about 10 Revs,
some Decas, some fighters, and a truck full of single liners the biggest of which is a Jordan 100.
The kites that get the most airtime are, Talon UL, Akuji SUL, B-series Standard and a custom RevII.

This year I made it to a couple of festivals. 2d annual Santa Cruz was a lot of fun, and brought out some heavy hitters, such as The Berkeley Kite Wranglers, Brian Champie,
Team too Much Fun and more. It was a great venue right in front of the Board Walk.

Another festival I was a part of was Color the Skies. It’s a benefit for our local Children’s Hospital. My Rotary club and other service organizations made it a great event, with a Hot Air Balloons, music, concessions, and a kite display and demos put on by me and couple of friends.

Here’s a link to some Santa Cruz pics… http://good-times.webshots.com/album/567026406asUScE

Say hi to Issac for me, and I'll see you at KP7, Geo

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Jeff
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Re: IKE Stuff

Postby Jeff » Sat, Oct 18 2008, 12:55 PM

Welcome Geo.

I'm sure we'll have another large contingent out there for KP7.

Only 132 days and counting! :-D
Keep calm, and park it in the pocket

IKE is on Image too!

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moegeo
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Re: IKE Stuff

Postby moegeo » Sat, Oct 18 2008, 06:51 PM

I'm looking forward to flying with you guys.
BTW, I am transplant from IL., Go Hill Toppers!

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Re: IKE Stuff

Postby brownssl » Sat, Oct 18 2008, 11:03 PM

WELCOME TO THE CLUB
:SLKani: shawn

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Knoted4ever
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Re: IKE Stuff

Postby Knoted4ever » Sun, Oct 19 2008, 09:47 PM

:welcome1:
Tom P.
Illinois_______ (excerpt from E. E. Cummings: "How many winds make wonderful... and is luck The skeleton of life")

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Frodos Majik
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Re: IKE Stuff

Postby Frodos Majik » Sun, Oct 19 2008, 11:34 PM

Welcome Aboard Moegeo. Looking forward to flying with you out at KP7.
May Ol Ma Nature never hold her
breath on you.
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Ken


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