RE~Kite class & indoor fly...

RE~Kite class & indoor fly...

Post by Penny & Steven Lingenfelte » Mon, 26 Jul 1999 04:00:00


Here's a little report on what July 24th Kitemaking Class and Indoor
Kite was like.

I heard the George Peters kite making class was a lot of fun.
They completed their kites & noise was heard in Puyallup.  The
Singing kites from Granada don't make a humming sound like a pop
bottle at all.  More like a motor sound.  There was some great art
work.  Butterflies to healing hands were found as graphics.  They look
like they had been painted, and I'd have to think twice to associate
colored tissue with the pictures on these kites.

The Indoor Fly got over way to soon!  Still the flyers really enjoyed
the area available and the new Chief Leschi Tribal School.  It's
awesome.  I believe they plan on returning next Friday to fly.  The fee
is $5-$10 to pay for the use of the school.  Any left over money goes
towards the next time.  We've found a wonderful spot for Kite classes
& Indoor flying.

Hey, and when I first walked in the gym there were 3 Rev's up flying
already!  These guys & girls are doing well.  Some have more inside
time than outside time on the Rev.'s.. Knowing how to fly outside is
not necessary to learn indoor.  Perseverance is what you need! ;)

George's homemade Granada hot chocolate was described as spicy, or
orange, crunchy, gritty, good.  Hmmm,   now I'll probably never know
what I missed. :(

We'll do it again soon!
BB
Penny

 
 
 

RE~Kite class & indoor fly...

Post by WT » Fri, 30 Jul 1999 04:00:00

Penny, that was polite not mentioning my name. I have to agree that
perseverance is more important than outdoor experience, but I don't remember
learning 2 line indoor being that hard, and indoor fighters seems easier
also. However getting an overhead pass to slip into a controlled 360 degree
ground pass the first time after a bunch of tries was cool!
I like the place, and spent way to long there, I'm just getting over the
soreness :^)
Also I left my Stevie Ray Vaughn tape in the tape player, do you know where
that ended up?
WT



Quote:
> Here's a little report on what July 24th Kitemaking Class and Indoor
> Kite was like.

> I heard the George Peters kite making class was a lot of fun.
> They completed their kites & noise was heard in Puyallup.  The
> Singing kites from Granada don't make a humming sound like a pop
> bottle at all.  More like a motor sound.  There was some great art
> work.  Butterflies to healing hands were found as graphics.  They look
> like they had been painted, and I'd have to think twice to associate
> colored tissue with the pictures on these kites.

> The Indoor Fly got over way to soon!  Still the flyers really enjoyed
> the area available and the new Chief Leschi Tribal School.  It's
> awesome.  I believe they plan on returning next Friday to fly.  The fee
> is $5-$10 to pay for the use of the school.  Any left over money goes
> towards the next time.  We've found a wonderful spot for Kite classes
> & Indoor flying.

> Hey, and when I first walked in the gym there were 3 Rev's up flying
> already!  These guys & girls are doing well.  Some have more inside
> time than outside time on the Rev.'s.. Knowing how to fly outside is
> not necessary to learn indoor.  Perseverance is what you need! ;)

> George's homemade Granada hot chocolate was described as spicy, or
> orange, crunchy, gritty, good.  Hmmm,   now I'll probably never know
> what I missed. :(

> We'll do it again soon!
> BB
> Penny


 
 
 

RE~Kite class & indoor fly...

Post by Penny & Steven Lingenfelte » Mon, 02 Aug 1999 04:00:00

Keep up the good work Wayne!  But look out!  Some little one like Yvonne is
going to show up, stick with it and put us all to shame.
lol  Lets hope!
BB
Penny
Quote:

> Penny, that was polite not mentioning my name. I have to agree that
> perseverance is more important than outdoor experience, but I don't remember
> learning 2 line indoor being that hard, and indoor fighters seems easier
> also. However getting an overhead pass to slip into a controlled 360 degree
> ground pass the first time after a bunch of tries was cool!
> I like the place, and spent way to long there, I'm just getting over the
> soreness :^)
> Also I left my Stevie Ray Vaughn tape in the tape player, do you know where
> that ended up?
> WT



> > Here's a little report on what July 24th Kitemaking Class and Indoor
> > Kite was like.

> > I heard the George Peters kite making class was a lot of fun.
> > They completed their kites & noise was heard in Puyallup.  The
> > Singing kites from Granada don't make a humming sound like a pop
> > bottle at all.  More like a motor sound.  There was some great art
> > work.  Butterflies to healing hands were found as graphics.  They look
> > like they had been painted, and I'd have to think twice to associate
> > colored tissue with the pictures on these kites.

> > The Indoor Fly got over way to soon!  Still the flyers really enjoyed
> > the area available and the new Chief Leschi Tribal School.  It's
> > awesome.  I believe they plan on returning next Friday to fly.  The fee
> > is $5-$10 to pay for the use of the school.  Any left over money goes
> > towards the next time.  We've found a wonderful spot for Kite classes
> > & Indoor flying.

> > Hey, and when I first walked in the gym there were 3 Rev's up flying
> > already!  These guys & girls are doing well.  Some have more inside
> > time than outside time on the Rev.'s.. Knowing how to fly outside is
> > not necessary to learn indoor.  Perseverance is what you need! ;)

> > George's homemade Granada hot chocolate was described as spicy, or
> > orange, crunchy, gritty, good.  Hmmm,   now I'll probably never know
> > what I missed. :(

> > We'll do it again soon!
> > BB
> > Penny