An unusual number of people took pictures and asked questions or made compliments. Truth be known, I get as much enjoyment out of watching others enjoy my kites as I do out of flying them. The surprise of the day was a fellow who had taken photos of our kites before; he showed up with a really nice drone with a GoPro camera on it and proceeded to shoot close to 15 minutes of video of Big Boy and all the other kites up. We got to watch what the camera was seeing on the tablet he was using to remotely fly the drone. I can't wait to see the edited video. He's going to post it on YouTube, so I'll share the link when I get it.
I managed to get a few good shots of our day at Wildwood Park. Hope you enjoy them...
Always take more kites & equipment than you think you'll need
Today's kitefliers: Mike Hagen, John King,
Rhonda Davidson & Jim Stainback...
...and me! It's not often that I end up in front of the camera
Rhonda launches a FlowTail delta for Mike
We staked my F-Stop bol as a ground display.
It spun & bounced all afternoon
By mid-afternoon people were playing on the field, flying kites or just watching.
To give you perspective, that's a 75' tail & a 150' tubesock