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david barnby
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« on: September 25, 2012, 01:59 PM »

been a long time for me since i flew in england - am home a few days and got to my old kite field yesterday. really stormy weather over the blighted isle this week so something small or vented seemed a good idea. between rain storms there were amazing skies to decorate as the sun got close to setting. the matchbox i picked up from lee a few years back in monterey was in the boot and it made me think of great small things the brits do well (cars and kites)

the pic doesn't show it but the wind was between blustery - zero - 20mph. the matchbox went from having a 120 degree window to being a lathamed downward projectile intent on escaping control


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« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2012, 07:48 PM »


I am so happy to see that little dude getting some proper airtime again. I am honored to have helped. My theory of high wind flying was always to fly smaller. Psycho, Matchbox, Frenezy, and Cesium, all my high wind favorites. Whack it hard, my friend.

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« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2012, 10:30 PM »

As always a pleasure to read about your escapades.

Lee is a good chap indeed, as are you, little brother.  Smiley

John Chilese: Las Vegas, NV
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