Kite Force Academy wrote:
... but they argue its too small and we will be endangering normal park goers. This is one of their main arguments...
Thanks in advance,
By this, do they mean that the park area, where you would launch the kites, is the area where you would be endangering normal park goers... or do they mean the area out in the water, away from the park area, where normal park goers might be swimming, or canoeing, etc.?
The reason I ask is related to what I have always felt: that there is the need for the development of a method to easily and safely launch a kite from deep water, after blowing up the kite on land, and then, walking into the water with the kite, with its lines wound up on the bar... and swimming out away from shore... or instead of swimming out...using the kite to pull you out into the deeper water, by grabbing the wing tips or some bridal line, in the same way a kiter gets to shore, after a self-rescue.
If such a technique were available, and if all kiters would exit the shore and return to the shore using this technique, would this solve the "endangering" of park goers problem?