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About photomom

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    single line, diamond & classic stunters, Revs
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    Kite flying, kite building, kayaking, my grandson and granddaughter
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  1. Happy Thanksgiving to all of my kiting family near and far. Whether you celebrate Thanksgiving or not, I am thankful for your presence here and on the kite field.
  2. Congratulations, Tracy. Enjoy it.
  3. The official pilot of the Banana Quad in its first (and maybe last) appearance at the Carolina Kite Festival.
  4. Official pilot of the Banana Quad

    From the album Photomom's

  5. Looking good.
  6. I have a Li'l Dreamer and a Dream On. I love them both. I don't trick them, I train them. Check out the photos in my gallery. Dodd Gross, who designed them, gave a demonstration on the Dream On and it tricked very well. I think it's easy to say the Li'l Dreamer is faster because it's smaller and should trick just as well.
  7. Yes. It's a feeling I never get tired of. Worth all of the angst of building. The reason for the bananas will become clear at the Carolina Kite Festival. I can guarantee there will be pictures. Now, on to practice, practice and more practice.
  8. Me and My Banana Quad

    From the album Photomom's

  9. Banana Quad in Atlantic Beach, NC

    From the album Photomom's

  10. IT FLEW!!!!! The wind was very light, almost too light. But it went up and I was able to do turns and hovers with no problem. YEAH!!! (Pics to follow.)
  11. Well, there's no chocolate sauce but the bunjis, end caps and bridle are now on the banana quad line. Tomorrow, if the weather cooperates, it will have its inaugural flight. If it flies, there will be photos. If it doesn't, it's back to the drawing board. Wish me luck.
  12. That touch of color on the Zen is perfect.
  13. Love your B-Pros. My favorite colors.
  14. I think it is possible if you can remove the sticks and not distort the sail with the sewing. And you would have to be careful where the bridle points are.