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 on: Today at 12:50 PM 
Started by Qman2 - Last post by Qman2
HQ shows the lower wind range of the 1.8 at 10 mph.    It's a challenge for me to keep airborne in the lower winds and it's not much fun either. 

 2 
 on: Today at 12:20 PM 
Started by chilese - Last post by indigo_wolf
John, I'm not sure how to say it, but I want you go to back and re-read your 2nd to last sentence very carefully.

Can't see the sweater doves for the kite string.  Huh  Sad

ATB,
Sam

 3 
 on: Today at 11:47 AM 
Started by chilese - Last post by Tmadz
John, I'm not sure how to say it, but I want you go to back and re-read your 2nd to last sentence very carefully.

 4 
 on: Today at 11:42 AM 
Started by chilese - Last post by chilese
Bambi and I have been watching a show called "Dating Naked".

Appropriate blurs on the screen of course.

In one of the episodes the naked dating couple were given the activity

of building and flying a kite. Well finally, something of interest.

They made a diamond kite with tail and cavorted along the beach attempting

to fly the kite. I kept screaming at the TV screen, "You need more

bow to the cross-spar." If I had been with a naked girl on a tropical

island, that kite would have been flying and we wouldn't have had to waste

time hugging each other's naked bodies in the surf.

Good grief Charlie Brown.  Smiley

 5 
 on: Today at 10:40 AM 
Started by ezme6 - Last post by Fearless Object
Tom, you have the right tools to do the right job Smiley Now I know you always smile Smiley

Take care my friend.

Cheer !

 6 
 on: Today at 10:01 AM 
Started by whitebirdlover - Last post by np
After this windicater job on a frozen lake, LoLo needs and deserves to be pampered.

 7 
 on: Today at 09:52 AM 
Started by DD - Last post by Ben
Planning to be there Sunday. Wish I could make both days but can't. Looking forward to seeing everyone.

 8 
 on: Today at 09:34 AM 
Started by johnguz76 - Last post by johnguz76
PSE will be closing Kite Hill at Gasworks Park starting today thru this time in 2015.they will be removing some soil adding new soil and planting new grass.

 9 
 on: Today at 08:06 AM 
Started by whitebirdlover - Last post by Wayner
You need some xUL kites then....a 61/49.....manta or skate...plutz....ginga....iFlite....lots of options!

lots of xUL choices, but for the heat the only choice is a speedo.  Huh

 10 
 on: Today at 07:49 AM 
Started by Doug S - Last post by Doug S
Steve,

Thank you.  I am going to miss Art's three Birds of Prey (BOP) hanging in my workshop for a period of time, due to the problems with my Singer 645.  I stitched the zigzag on Art's BOP 48 with my wife's machine, then finished his kite with my Singer 604.  Attached is another picture of Art's BOP 48.  I have the replacement top end gear for my Singer 645, and will try and find out why the machine is binding when the zigzag cam is engaged.

I test fly each of my builds before providing them to their new owners.  I test flew Art's BOP 48 yesterday and I have one word to describe the flight:  Wow!  I really like how these glider kites perform, but I am a little bias.  Cheesy

Later,

Doug

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