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Mr Jo Macdonald
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Postby Mr Jo Macdonald » Mon Aug 26, 2002 8:13 pm

Hi guys n' girls, just discovered this forum, so might as well start being silly straight away.
Jo

The following is strictly for declared windoholics and people showing symptoms of obsessive kite fever. Anyone not suffering from the above ailments should not read on, as they can be highly contagious.


Not getting enough?
Do you often find yourself talking/thinking/dreaming of and/or praying for wind?
Is the average day at your local spot a gusty 4-5 knots?
When the wind finally does pick up and the waves start to pound the shore as you set up your kite in a frenetic adrenaline rush, does that steady breeze also systematically die to zilch just as you are about to put you feet in the board straps?
Are you so frustrated you’re reduced to answering every other post on the kitegroup forum, cybersurfing till the muscles of your left mouse button finger are bigger than your biceps?
Do you travel thousands of miles chasing the wind in the weather reports, just to hear “Well it was rockin' yesterday mateâ€

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Postby BLOWN AWAY » Mon Aug 26, 2002 11:23 pm

Don't forget the HYDROGEN filled kite.....

cheaper than helium and more fun when kite crashes... :smile:

BLOWN AWAY :eek:

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Mr Jo Macdonald
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Postby Mr Jo Macdonald » Tue Aug 27, 2002 8:30 pm

Glad you liked my no wind gag.
Go with a bang by all means, but make it a big one.
Jo


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