For the moment, I realized that
after popping the lower wing while giving slack on the upper wing...
If I give a bit of slack on the lower wing, it helps the kite to get the nose downward while in turtle position.
... And then the line tend to get over the trailing edge... and not over the leading edge!
... and once the line is over the trailing edge... the rest of the trick is kind of easy!
Thanks for reporting back how you got on.
It is good to read that you have found what works for you.
...I looked back through RandyG's video - he doesn't explicitly talk about slack to the lower wing after the pop, so that's probably why you didn't first think it was something to do.
For myself, I had assumed that one gave slack to the lower wing, as I must have thought that here a pop was a rapid pull followed by slack; that and I assumed it because of giving slack to both lines in the backflip before a lazy susan.
- It just gives an example of the problems in trying to follow video instructions, trying to do the same thing as the teacher is trying to describe, no matter how carefully the video is constructed.
It's now one of the tricks I'll practice every time I fly !
Thanks again for your personnal experiences with the Rolling susan!
Good luck and best wishes for the future!