Sunday, May 13, 2007

RIT, Zero; Monmotha Flys!

Trees, I hate you. Trees, BURN IN FIRE. Trees, die.

So as it turns out, trees create air turbulence which actually acts as a draw to kites. They are giant kite magnets. Science tells us that this is the way of nature; our hearts tell us otherwise.

Zero was a Golden Fighter Kite which during it's hour and half of flying, was stunning, beautiful, wonderful, and amazing. In fact, it was the most fun I've had with a kite. Who knew that being able to manuever a kite would be so much fun?

Additionally I flew the big one, Monmotha. She has a wing span of 11 feet and at 500 feet, she looks just like a small kite flying low. Also, her giagantiousness means she is quite fun at low altitudes and is a practically like flying a hang glider.

Oh, Zero.