January has had its good weeks and not so good weeks but still had plenty of kiteable days. There has been a lack of nuking days but that isn't all bad. Lighter wind is great for the beginners and for working on new moves without the worry of getting hammered. It also makes sitting on the beach much more comfortable. The social aspect of this sport is an important part of the fun of going to the beach at every opportunity. We have a great band of kiters here.
We just lost two of our anchor kiters as Glenn and Sue are on their way back to Canada. They will be missed. Glen has a nice variety of moves, and he does all of them with a smoothness that makes his style unique. It was great to see Sue's confidence and enthusiasm and proficiency grow during her stay and she's an inspiration to the other female kiters that are coming out to take up the sport. Way to go you two - hope to see you next year.
February is almost upon us and the forecast is calling for some strong wind. February is often our best month.
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