Hey Shane. Really liked the video.
I'll send you some stuff in PMs about some stuff I saw, and all that jazz. I just got off of work and need to practice for a bit but I'll get to it tonight. I'd love to talk WM's with ya. Sweet kite.
Thanks, and I really appreciate the help. I really like the WM. It took a bit to get used to. The only kite I've ever tricked is my Talon and the WM fly's very different, so getting used to it took a few times. I'll PM ya in response to your PM.
Sweeeet...nice flying....and vid!
Very nice! keep them coming!
Thanks for the comments and encouragment. I think I am finally starting to get better.
Dang! that's great flying!! Nice to see a sunny day in Seattle!!
I'm definitely not an accomplished pilot, but from everything I seen you missed
certain parts due to the lack of slack in your lines. When you come out of the Jacobs Ladder try taking a step forward or get your hands forward. What really helped me was trying to have my mind thinking/set one step ahead of what the kite was doing. Hope that makes sense.
What I didn't see was the SUN
I have to admit... I am with Norm here... I didn't see the sun that day either... well, actually as soon as I packed up to leave for the day the sun came out not 5 minutes later... Figures...
Thanks for the input Norm, I will keep that in mind... that is kinda what I had thought... "more slack Shane"... I will work on it and hopefully be ablt to get more than one or two rungs on the JL.... I think that the Taz needs all kinds of slack... but I will work on my half axel before I decide to try those for real.
Thanks Vertigo, I think you will have no problem keeping up with me... I honestly couldn't do a JL at all two weeks ago... and the back spin (barrel roll)... came as a fluke. I hit it by accident while trying to axel-fade, but was able to see what I had done and repeat it... I also can't cascade my lazy susans.. I think i might work on that a bit today. Thanks for the encouragment and keep yours coming as well.
We should try to collect wildlife.. I bet together we could get most of the endangered species out there.