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December issue # 4 of the White Kite journal

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Boulgakow
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December issue # 4 of the White Kite journal

Postby Boulgakow » Tue Dec 06, 2011 7:15 pm

Hello.

Here is the link to the issue # 4 december of the White Kite journal :

http://issuu.com/whitekitemag/docs/wkdecembre2011-en


Et la version en français si y a des francophones de l'étranger :-)

http://issuu.com/whitekitemag/docs/wkdecembre2011-fr


Thank you.

:-)

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Local Beach: Big Sandy, Palisades, Mud Lake, Jackson Lake...
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Re: December issue # 4 of the White Kite journal

Postby knewschool » Wed Dec 07, 2011 1:31 am

You guys sure set a high standard! Great pictures and stories. With those mountains and those riders...wow. I didn't even know how to roll a kite up in 2005 and some of those are the best shots I've seen!

Cheers,
Will

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Marty
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Re: December issue # 4 of the White Kite journal

Postby Marty » Wed Dec 07, 2011 7:23 pm

Boogly was pretty cautious when he first climbed on the snowmobile,
but quickly gained confidence and enjoyed the ride.
Of course Chasta just climbed on and hit the throttle
balls to the wall, isn't that what we would all expect?

If you look at the size of the bag on the back of The sled Chasta was on
you would have thought it would have been kites.
But no,,,
He brought the full kitchen for lunch in the warming hut. :lol:

Great day, Thanks Pascal, Chasta and Brian.


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