Greetings...from SkyWalker (Neenah, WI)

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Greetings...from SkyWalker (Neenah, WI)

Postby SkyWalker » Fri, Feb 16 2007, 09:14 AM

:LogoRevAni:

hello ya'll,

Just wanted say hey....

Not much free time right now for writing a long introduction, as I have to finish getting packed & then hit the road for this weekend's "Color the Wind" festival at Clear Lake, IA (running a bit behind as usual).

Happened to revisit this site last night for only my 2nd time...WOW!!!! It's REALLY taken off since the first time I dropped in. COOOOOOOOOL!!! :up:

Anyways...hope to bump into some of yas this weekend. If not, then perhaps at some other kite festival around the Mid-West this summer (just look for the big rainbow banner wall...I'll be somewhere close by). Still working on a tentative schedule of events for 2007, when it's finished I'll post a copy here.

PS: spent some time last night uploading photos of some of my junk...they're in my personal photo album if anyone cares to check it out. Will be adding more later...

PPS: hey Drafty...thanks for telling me about this site :thanks:

get 'high' on kites,

Jeff Hale - AKA / Wisconsin Kiters
(WisconsinFlyer @ KiteBuilder.com / Kite Studio)
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Re: Greetings...from SkyWalker (Neenah, WI)

Postby Draftnik » Fri, Feb 16 2007, 10:56 AM

Hey! Hi Jeff. Good to see you. Welcome!

The pics look great!

Did you fly last weekend? I wanna know what the "really, really cold" thing was all about?

Gotta get cracking on the last of our projects, and then get loaded up too. 2 Le Kainos, and one NASA wing justabout done.
TTFN,
Draftnik

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Re: Greetings...from SkyWalker (Neenah, WI)

Postby Frodos Majik » Fri, Feb 16 2007, 08:04 PM

Welcome aboard Jeff. I am sure we will meet up in the near future. :up:
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Re: Greetings...from SkyWalker (Neenah, WI)

Postby Mike » Fri, Feb 16 2007, 10:56 PM

Howdy Jeff,
glad you found us here. I'm gonna miss this weekends freezing fly, but I'm looking forward to seeing all your big stuff again this spring and summer.

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Re: Greetings...from SkyWalker (Neenah, WI)

Postby Babbman » Fri, Feb 16 2007, 10:59 PM

Always happy to see more people... especially big kite people!

Chris (aka Babbman)

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Re: Greetings...from SkyWalker (Neenah, WI)

Postby Chris » Fri, Feb 16 2007, 11:02 PM

Welcome to IKE, SkyWalker, love the rainbow wall :up: :up: How many did you originally start with?
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Re: Greetings...from SkyWalker (Neenah, WI)

Postby TheBigKiteGuy » Sun, Feb 18 2007, 08:32 PM

Hello Jeff,

Hope you made it home last night. I would not have wanted to fly all day, go to the party, drive home though the wee hours of the morning and then go to work.

There was a nice picture of the banners in the Sunday paper.
Alan Sparling

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Re: Greetings...from SkyWalker (Neenah, WI)

Postby SkyWalker » Tue, Feb 20 2007, 05:26 PM

hi Al,

Yeah...I made it home from Clear Lake ok. That handfull of NoDoz made all the difference :shock:

No blizzard to drive through this year, so I made pretty good time...arriving home around 1:30AM. Even managed to get a couple hrs sleep before having to head off to work that morning (loooong day).

Oh...by the way, Kathy Brinnehl made a point of telling me that the NEW date for the Perry Farm Kite Festival is June 16-17. Thought I'd mention it, in case you're interested in attending this year. This guy happens to have that weekend off :-D


:LogoRevAni:

get 'high' on kites,

Jeff Hale









TheBigKiteGuy wrote:Hello Jeff,

Hope you made it home last night. I would not have wanted to fly all day, go to the party, drive home though the wee hours of the morning and then go to work.

There was a nice picture of the banners in the Sunday paper.


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