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Hi all, just taking a quick second to welcome our newest sponsor - Kites In The Sky!


http://kitekits.com (formerly http://kitesinthesky.net)

A long time friend and "kite activist", @Cat Gabrel specializes in kite kits for schools, families and the like, she's also an avid fighter kite flier. :)

Be sure to check out their website, thanks!

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Thank you John!  You page inspires me!   I do not have any dual or quad line kite kits....Humm  maybe someday!    If  anyone has any questions or kite kit need please feel free to email me via funATkitekitsDOTcom

Cheers Everyone!   Cat


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Welcome to KiteLife & the great forum of fliers.  After several years of learning more about dualies & quads I am going to explore more of the single line kites that I have neglected for a time.  Enjoyed seeing kitekits.com for the first time.  Look forward to becoming a customer.  Thanks for becoming a KiteLife sponsor.  That means a lot to many of us.

Cordially, Ralph

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