Kite Flying Log
Date: Sat 24 Mar 2007
Location: Semaphore Beach (adjacent reserve)
Weather: Cloudy, strong breeze
Kite(s): Baby Sled
Comments: We were walking back to the car after seeing a few hours of
the Adelaide International Kite Festival. My wife just had to unpack
the baby sled kite, attach the cotton line to the bridle and fly it for a
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