Thanks to all of you who flew, thanks to everyone who organized this and made it happen. Besides setting a world record and having Rev family from all over the world participating, there was one other big thing about this - The crowd loved it and from all the comments I heard on the field, the World Record was a really big deal for the whole festival. I had some time issues and didn't get to fly other than in the SLK Mass Ascensions. The buzz was Rev - and that buzz will be a double positive for the whole kite community.
Thank You Rev - Thank You John - Thank You Rev Flyers
hey kids, for us first timers to WSIKF, what's the typical weather,temps? and yes I am packing rain gear too. can't wait to meet you too Jynx. B-)
It can be cool. The prevailing wind has you looking sunward most of the day, so sunglasses, sunscreen, a Buff, a wide brimmed hat, and clothes you can shed or add. The water temp runs 53 - 55F, so the laboratory grad winds can be brisk.