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
E-book special of the month...
I've been making and flying traditional-style Box Kites on-and-off ever since this site was started...
Get the e-book for making a range of bamboo or dowel designs. Down to $7 from the usual $9.95, for this month.
With a large range of wind speeds covered, not to mention a large choice of kite size to attempt, the ideal box kite for you has to be in there somewhere!
My personal favorite would have to be the giant 2.4m (8ft) long Multi-Dowel Box which flies steep and steady. It's on the e-book cover over there...
The e-book is a PDF file - which means printable instructions to refer to while you make the kite. It also means convenient off-line access if that suits you better.
Sep 27, 16 12:51 AM
The latest Soft Series kite will be a Parachute - although my first attempt looks more like those small 2-line stunt kites you see people flying. With the same style of bridle line attachment point as…
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