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bugeater
post Jun 3 2008, 05:46 AM
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Looking for an XS harness. Want to start teaching my kids.


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Anyone riding a kiteboard (Kitesurfing)..this class generally walks a lil taller...lives larger and enjoys life more than the average Joe..types range from the truly hardcore wave warriors to the weekend version with kids, a mortgage, and a job..Respect in their world is generally given to the former...as they completely dedicate themselves to the board under their feet and the wind in their faces..whereas the latter only wishes they could..bug eating paraphenalia includes kites,boards,bitches,and major tude..LET THOSE WHO RIDE DECIDE~stickers on their rides..and copious amounts of beer and pain killers.
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post Jun 6 2008, 05:22 AM
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Now and in the fall, summer tends to lighten up. If you are flexible you can just keep your eye on the forecast and head to Detroit when it looks good. No need to book anything in advance, but if you know when you would have time let me know and I will get the ball rolling.

We have been riding here on Lake St Clair at least 4 days a week since the ice melted.

John





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