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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Kite without a tail

We got excited when we fly the kite last weekend because I forgot to put down the tail at first hehehe, silly me.

There, its better when there's a tail lol. I only bought the cheap one though so when champ jump into it, it got easily tore up. so next time I will buy them the extra heavy duty one and make sure to buy each of them can fly one.

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Manang Kim said...

Yay!! The kite is up on the air! I bet the two kids love it. Happy weekend and enjoy!

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♥Willa♥ said...

My boys enjoy kite flying back in the Phils. Never had a chance to try ti here yet. :)

A New Beginning said...

Kite flying is a treat :)

Carolyn Ford said...

Children and kites just go together! What a great daddy you are to fly kites too! Looks like fun!

eileeninmd said...

The kite flying looks like a lot of fun Joops. Wonderful photos.

Kcalpesh said...

What a fun day :-) Hope you have a great weekend~

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This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Joops: That was a fun project with the neat colorful kite.

Ralph said...

The kite must have been fun to try to control without its tail...but fully assembled in the second view, the properties of lift are learned by the children and in such a fun way, too...

Regina said...

Such a fun activity with your kids.
Wonderful sky watch.
Enjoy the weekend.

eden said...

That is so fun for the kids. My kids love kite flying too. Great pictures. Have a wonderful weekend.

Sunshine4Life said...

I can just imagine kids happiness when playing a kite. Great time to bond with kids too during kite flying. The one with no tail also looks interesting. :)

Happy weekend, John!

Arlene
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