Oh man that was a frustrating read. I am glad you learned and I am glad you survived.
See my take is: I would still say take a lesson, but if no one else can get injured, then in my book it'll be entirely up to you how you proceed.vman wrote: ↑Tue Aug 29, 2017 9:46 amWhen I was learning to fly the kite, I did it in a secluded beach in Malaysia, usually after my windsurfing session. No one else was around I made sure of that. After awhile I got really good at fly the kite, doing jumps and all but all on the beach, just never know how to get on the board till a good friend told me to give it a go, I was up and riding upwind on the same day. Its all about kite control.
You just quoted something written in Oct of 2004 !Beardytello wrote: ↑Wed Aug 30, 2017 1:36 pmHey Vman,
I would seriously take lessons.
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