We trekked out to the beach, laid down my big tablecloth and deposited my new kite bag full of all my gear. Let's get flying!!!
I was worried there wouldn't be enough wind, as there wasn't even a small breeze at the campground. The beach however, was a different story!! Nick's little wind meter said l7-20 mph. Perfect for my Revolution 1.5 full vented kite. Isn't she pretty???
Dan flew his Prism Snapshot like a pro ... zooming back and forth across the beach until his arms gave out. This time I brought my little point and shoot camera, so he took these pictures for me.
Even with the vented kite, it pulled me around the beach like a feather, which I'm definitely NOT!! Pretty soon my hands began to cramp up. Time to take a break!!
Miss Terry didn't really feel well and decided not to fly. After Nick flew his new Prism Micron stunt kite, which looked like a bumblebee on steroids, it was so fast, he and Terry set up his new Revolution B-Series beauty!!
Here's the best shot I could get with my little camera of the wind surfer out on the water. It was amazing to see how far this guy could go in a matter of a few minutes. He is barely visible in the bottom right hand corner.
Time flies when you're having fun and two hours went by in a flash. Time to head back to the rigs for another great Patty Chance dinner and a load of advil for my aching arms. The funny thing is, I can't wait to do it again!!!