Fun in Singapore, July 2011
Posted 08 September 2011 - 08:42 PM
Full report here - http://www.kitelife....011/content.php
My full list of articles - www.kitelife.com/author/john-barresi
President - American Kitefliers Association
We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails."
(found in a fortune cookie)
Posted 08 September 2011 - 08:52 PM
Congrats to you all!
What an awesome opportunity.
The videos are definitely fun to watch. .... what a cool atmosphere to fly in and around!
*** Any day flying is a good day; have a great one!
**** REVS: Fly it, you'll like it!
***** L.S.P. ... It's worth the trip!
Posted 08 September 2011 - 09:40 PM
"...it's a fair wind blowin' warm, out of the south over my shoulder, guess I'll set a course and go." CSN&Y
Posted 09 September 2011 - 11:31 AM
Excellent vids!! Very cool setting, looks like a good crowd too!
#1 - amazing choreography to "Sunday Bloody Sunday"! I wouldn't have considered that a kite flying song, but now I'm a believer! Great work in a small space.
#2 - awesome display of no-wind flying with the B-Pro JB! You were working there - grab a Gatorade dude! I really like the vert-tip slides across the ground.
#3 - that's a cool cover of "Paint It Black" - who's the artist? Playing with the kids sitting on the floor must have been great fun for you and them! Giving that host- looking guy a tap was hilarious, and very skillful! Way to keep it flying after tapping him!
#4 - TK had perfect timing to a great song! I especially like the overhead pull-turns - they almost looked like overhead axels! Very smooth up-n-overs!
#5 - Steve had one of the coolest openings for a routine I've ever seen! Bringing the kite up to stand vertically in your palm was awesome. The throw was one of the smoothest looking I've ever seen. Great song!
#6 - ah, a classic routine here.... Very cool to see it flown with a Rev through its entirety! And in the Singapore setting!
Have Rev, Will Travel
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