Ok this is the last kite I'm buying, for now...

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yepits
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Ok this is the last kite I'm buying, for now...

Postby yepits » Sat, Aug 15 2015, 03:41 PM

I've got to stop! Cause I'm broke, but anyways...

Now I've acquired an HQ Atomic Kiwi, and it is fantastic! I'm really excited to now also be in the process of learning the stunting discipline of dual line deltas. After having watched a few videos, some several times just because of how unbelievable some maneuvers are, I now am completely sure of how little I really know of kiting. I hope the learning is on an abrupt curve, so I don't embarrass myself around those who perform with the ease of someone conducting the arduous task of blinking. So blown away. Can't wait for the next windy day!!
[dropshadow=blue]...Hello, I'm Yepits and I'm a kite-a-holic.[/dropshadow]

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goestoeleven
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Re: Ok this is the last kite I'm buying, for now...

Postby goestoeleven » Sat, Aug 15 2015, 05:21 PM

Awesome! I know nothing of dual lines . . .

As a fellow kite-a-holic, I understand your pain. I sent an email today for what I think will be my last kite purchase this year . . . . something I've had my eye on for a long time.

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Re: Ok this is the last kite I'm buying, for now...

Postby Mike » Sun, Aug 16 2015, 12:25 PM

Steve, what is it? Did you get it?

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Re: Ok this is the last kite I'm buying, for now...

Postby goestoeleven » Sun, Aug 16 2015, 08:31 PM

Nope, not yet. Sent an email to Anne . . . no reply yet. I think it will take at least two to three weeks, but I'm hoping it can get here by Two Rivers. If not, I'm hoping by Macomb.


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