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#1 LS Kite Stakes

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Posted 29 June 2008 - 08:16 PM

I stopped by Fort Flagler State Park today, flew the Rev there for about two hours. It is located on Marrowstone Island SE of Port Townsend. When you enter the park, turn left at the stop sign and follow the road down to the beach. It has a large (football field size) grassy area that is kept cut short. My kite stake did not find rocks in the half dozen places I tried sticking it into the ground, a big plus! There is a public bathroom building on the field, and some picnic tables to avoid, or play with. Still plenty of room for several pilots at one time. When I was there today, the wind was out of the SE, and I was able to park the car about 20 feet from where I was flying. Had fun listening to a little boy with his mom, sitting nearby, make comments about the kite as I was flying, it was cute and kinda amusing! This is not a well known park, so it usually is not crowded. Today was a hot, sunny day, but I still had plenty of room to set up and fly. :kid_smartass:
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Posted 29 June 2008 - 10:40 PM

All I can say is "EXCELLENT" (Mr. Burns Voice) Fort Flying rules :sign_kitelife:
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Posted 03 July 2008 - 03:52 AM

I agree Fort Flying does Rule
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