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Peter Powell Triple Sky Stunter (7/1/14)


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Never really mentioned flying the prize kites but thought I should say something even though it has been awhile. Just returned from the best nearby flying field, only 100 miles away, Green Hill Park i

Gollieeee, what can I say! I have actually retired & this is a fabulous prize to cap the event. These kites will be flown & cherished for a long time. They are the same type of kites that f

This is the 1976 toy of the year. Ain't it grand how some things are just done right to begin with and can stand the test of time.

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This stack needs to go to someone who lives at the beach and will be able to fly them often. (Wind permitting.)

And that is ……………. ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Com'on RNG! Do the right thing!

Heh! Heh! Heh!!

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They're driving today from Colorado. I would guess that the drawing will be a little later if he is able to get online and rectify the membership numbers once they have established camp for the evening.

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July 1st is the perfect day, a retirement gift for a solo hill billie kite flailer. SHBKF Yes, just send em on.

Gollieeee, what can I say! I have actually retired & this is a fabulous prize to cap the event. These kites will be flown & cherished for a long time. They are the same type of kites that first made me say "Wow, look at those kites!", so many years ago. Right after I saw that stack of five TRLBY kites, flying at night piloted by one of the Kligman brothers, I bought my first serious kite. Flying stacked kites is always a thrill for me. Thanks to all in KiteLife. I am truly surprised to win & these are probably the most meaningful ones possible for me. SHBKF

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Congratulations, Ralph ! What a retirement present... I guess that adds to your 'kite count'... do you count them as 1 kite or 3 ?

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If you can fly them separately I would count these as three. I have purchased one ready made stack of kites & the other stacks I have are assembled from individually acquired kites. The factory stack included the bridles for all the individual kites in case you wanted to separate them.

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