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Reasons for un-populated kiting area's
1.) If there is no wind meter there, how do we know if it blows? -You go see.
2.)No one is probably there to launch my kite, and land it? -Learn 2 launch your kite?
3.)I saw a negative post about sketchy people and snakes in bushes-Stay away from bushes and welcome to the bay area! Have fun be safe, explore the outdoors....
Before everyone else does!
Harpo got it. It was Lake Sonoma, on *Sunday* the 29th. It was supposed to be windy everywhere, so I brought my kite gear with me & kited Lake Sonoma. I got some great woohoos from the wakeboarders Winds were light, little chance to stay upwind but it's now checked off my list of stuff to do.
I *love* the boat-in camp sites on this lake. Just wonderful. I wouldn't drive here to kite, but if you're already camping w/family and can get in a session, why not?
and pics to prove it.
this should be a recurring thread....
show the g00ds.spread the l0ve.
>whatever i can do to get joe to tell me where that spot is,you trunkin it Br0?
if i were to guess,it looks like some far off tropical land.
peace,unity,love & havin' fun.
I think with the right system in place there have got to be quite a few spots you could kite on the Hayward shoreline... And the wind there is cherrrrrryy pieeee
It probably helps though to bring your short line set for your kite or to buy an Airush Access
I saw someone use "Pond # x" to refer to a pond near Sunnyvale once. Where are these numbers coming from? When I look on maps I just see unlabeled square ponds.
It must be Gusty?!? I've heard about the nice butter......
I know some secret spots as well, but not for the entire community! Sorry, sometimes a secret is a secret.
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