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  1. Wonderfull post rxburner. Thanks for staying on topic. I too like the Unicorn for the same reasons. It's good looking art. I had it planned when I decided to try for the Rational Kite project. Which is when I thought the other logo's might have more impact from the Rational Thought point of view. What kind of kite shape do you think would be most apt for it? I'd like to go for an un-common shape myself. (instead of a basic Rok I mean). Cheers, T.
  2. Hello. I'd like to encourage all kitebuilders here at Kitelife to come visit a new international kite building project I'm starting. The project is based at the kitebuilder.com forums, but we can also talk here if you wish. Please, visit http://www.kitebuilder.com/forums/viewtopi...p?p=79116#79116 to read about the first poll that I'm conducting to determine which logo should be used. The whole post is as follows: ------------------- Hello. I'd like to start a new project. An international Kite Project. What I'd like to do is promote one of three atheist logos. The Invisible Pink Unicorn OR
  3. Montreal will kick off National Kite Month with an all ages kite festival. Open to everyone, the festival will be holding several, free, kite and wind related activities. Date: April 1, 2007 Times: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Location: Parc de la Voie Maritime de St-Lambert - Free access, open field for anyone to come fly a kite. All day. - Ariel displays of unique art kites from guest fliers - Free childrens kite makeing workshops. First 300 children get to make thier own kite. - Free childrens Bol races A uniquely challanging fun race where the children pull mini parachutes. - Free cand
  4. I emailed Christinge and asked here. Let's wait and see what she says
  5. The kite was made by Christin McGee of Montreal. There are no lights on it. Just really reflective material. What I like best about this kite though are the mylar streamers she used for the hair. I love seeing things like that hanging off the face of a kite. So unique.
  6. Great post Bob. I know I always go with the overkill on line strength. Frankly, I'm paranoid really. I also never hold my kites. Well, very rarely. I always stake them, so I can fly more kites I even stake my Eddy kites that only has, what? 2 lbs of pull? and I fly it on 50 lb line. As for Kevlar line. I have some kites that's I've built that I value very highly. As such, I only fly them on overly strong, Kevlar cored line. I do not want to lose those kites and will take every precaution to make sure I win if they tangle with another kite. I don't see that as being the least bit wr
  7. And if you come, you'll get to see the newly completed Crazy Eddy Pyrimid Kite Arch:
  8. Here's an open invitation to all on this board to come to Toronto for our big event 12th Annual Industrial Alliance Insurance Toronto International Kite Festival aka Kitefest 2006 September 16th & 17th, 2006 Milliken District Park, Toronto, Ontario On the southwest corner of Steeles Avenue East and McCowan. Featured guests include: Cliff Quinn, Coopersburg, Pennsylvania Al Sparling, Napier, Illinois Team "Dogs Playing Cards", Detroit, Michigan Meg & Bill Albers, Buffalo, New York Weifang China Kite Delegation Carl Bigras, Ottawa, Ontario Terry Thillman. Pierrefonds, Québec Yves Laf
  9. Many people have complained about the 'stock' bridle for the Orange. I lucked out and come up with one that seems to work well. http://www.kitebuilder.com/forums/viewtopi...t=orange+bridle (I think you might need an account first to view that thread). P
  10. This is 'Miss Ohio'. A fella from Toronto posted these pics from the TKF mailing list. they're funny, so I thought I'd share 'em here Yup, it's a chicken flying a kite.
  11. HI Must86 Most of the bars I've seen (I don't use a bar, just handles) have the break lines going to the outside of the bar, and the power lines meet in the ceneter of the bar. hth P
  12. http://www.fredtech.no-ip.com/2006/Gual4.4/target3.html Now that's a happy kite builder I like your kite and it's color scheme P.
  13. Progcraft

    Rotor Kite

    Hi. Hopefully this will help you a bit. http://www.vientocero.com/kpb/planos/rotor/modern_ufo.html http://www.cit.gu.edu.au/~anthony/kites/rotor/ hth Cheers, P.
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