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« on: May 16, 2009, 02:16 PM »

I got to fly a couple of hours 6 of the last 7 days.  That was so much fun.  I had two days of 8mph winds and 4 days of higher winds.  I got to my whole bag, which I had never done in a weeks time.  My love affair with XT.r's was still there.  I flew the Vented one the most with it in a partial vent setting.  I didn't learn any new tricks, but the ones I can do got a whole lot better.  I did one un-repeatable (for me) trick, a un-roll during a tip stand.  That one got me laughing.  I found that I was feeling connected to a kite I hardly ever fly - a HQ Emissary.  What a great week.  Now I just need to get a few pounds of sand out of my bag.

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