As the kite is returning to earth, again push your thumbs forward, to control that "angle of decent". This time, try walking forward as you lower it. S-l-o-w, and then even slower. Eventually, you'll want the kite to back-up inverted to the top of the wind window. This will take many hours to look effortless, smooth and graceful. But don't get depressed, just keep hammering away until all the rough edges are entirely gone in your technique. When you can do this inverted rising well (like it was riding on a laser beam) you have a very tough stage accomplished in your quad-line flight skill-set!
Edited by REVflyer, 06 October 2010 - 05:59 AM.