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The tale of the runaway kite. One we don't really want to repeat.
I've gotten behind in writing this blog.
Another beautiful day on the beach with good winds and good temperatures.
What better way to spent Mother's Day than to sit on the beach and fly kites.
The public beach accesses have opened.
Things are changing here and for the better.
The Saturday before Easter, we went to a field not too far away and flew our Easter kites.
We are complying with the Stay-at-home order and limiting our trips out of the house to the grocery store and the pharmacy.
The Stay At Home order came down.
The virus has caught up with us on the Crystal Coast.
March 15 was the last day for driving on the beach.
We had two days in a row of kite flying.
Still waiting for some kite flying weather.
It finally warmed up a little and I was really ready to fly some kites.
Another Maryland Kite Society Kitebuilders Retreat is in the books.
The past year has flown by and it has been a busy one. But I didn't realize it has been a year since I had written anything. And it hasn't been because we haven't been flying anything. There have been festivals and workshops and just everyday flying. I just haven't been writing. So here's to beginning again and hopefully doing better.
The community fly day came with a clear blue sky, a bright sun and an empty beach.
The latest kite fly was again cold and very windy. So windy, in fact, I only put delta kites in the truck and grabbed our heavier lines.
The weather has truly been against us as far as the community kite fly. And this day was no exception. Early morning rain, cloudy skies and high winds made it dark and gloomy and questionable for flying. However, there were a couple of desperate people who were willing to take a chance and put a kite in the air.
A Time Of Quiet Desperation
All week long it was sunny or moderately so. Then our community kite fly day arrives and it rains.
Ugh!!! Another Rainy Fly Day
After missing the New Year's Day kite fly on the beach, we made it out this past weekend for our first kite fly of 2019.
Our First Fly Of 2019
Christmas Day was sunny and warm-"ish" and gave us a pretty nice day to spend on the beach.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
We finally made it to a local community kite fly.
And Sunday Was A Beautiful Day
The Thanksgiving holiday has come and gone.
Holiday Flying and Holiday Guests